Juries Act, 1927

Time for preparation of panel of jurors for Central Criminal Court.

37.—Not less than fourteen days before the commencement of every sittings of the Central Criminal Court during which jurors will be required to be in attendance in the Court, the empanelling officer or respective empanelling officers (as the case may be) for the jury district or jury districts from which the jurors for such sittings are by this Act required to be drawn shall prepare (when more than one empanelling officer is concerned, in consultation) a panel of jurors for such sittings and shall include in such panel such number of jurors as shall in the opinion of such empanelling officer or empanelling officers in consultation be reasonably sufficient, having regard to all probable contingencies, for the trial of all such issues as will require to be tried in the Court with a jury during such sittings.