In a criminal case, a clerk's transcript, a reporter's transcript, or any other document in the record that contains juror-identifying information must comply with this rule.
(b) Juror names, addresses, and telephone numbers.
(1) The name of each trial juror or alternate sworn to hear the case must be replaced with an identifying number wherever it appears in any document. The trial court clerk must prepare and keep under seal in the case file a table correlating the jurors' names with their identifying numbers. The clerk and the reporter must use the table in preparing all transcripts or other documents.
(2) The addresses and telephone numbers of trial jurors and alternates sworn to hear the case must be deleted from all documents.
(c) Filing the record.
On receipt, the appellate division clerk must promptly file the original record and send notice of the filing date to the parties.
(Subd (c) amended effective January 1, 2016.)
Rule 8.872 amended effective January 1, 2016; adopted effective January 1, 2009.
Advisory Committee Comment
This rule implements Code of Civil Procedure section 237.