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The judicial rotation refers to the state's system of requiring superior court judges to serve in all courts of a region rather than just the district in which they reside. As one of the few states in the country to practice this system, the author reviews how the system functions and both the pros and cons of such a judicial procedure.
The General Assembly decided to make the county tax rolls an optional rather than required source of names for the jury list. For the biennium 1981-1983 the only required source of names is the voter registration list. The new act also changes the method of random selection of names when more than one source list is used.