JURIES AND JURORS
JURIES — KINDS AND DEFINITIONS
2-105. Constitution of trial jury. A trial jury consists of twelve (12) men or women or both: provided, that in civil actions the jury may consist of any number less than twelve (12) upon which the parties may agree in open court: and provided, further, that in cases of misdemeanor and in civil actions involving not more than five hundred dollars ($500), exclusive of costs, the jury shall consist of not more than six (6).
[(2-105) R.S., sec. 3939; compiled R.C., sec. 3939; reen. C.L., sec. 3939; C.S., sec. 6516; I.C.A., sec. 2-105; am. 1965, ch. 80, sec. 2, p. 130; am. 1978, ch. 80, sec. 1, p. 155.]