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15-14-1      Order of proceedings at trial.
15-14-2      Order of presentation of evidence and argument by different counsel.
15-14-3      Names of jurors deposited in suitable container.
15-14-4      Procedure for challenging jury panel.
15-14-5      Drawing of names from container.
15-14-6      Repealed.
15-14-6.1      Challenges for cause in a civil case.
15-14-7      Challenge of individual jurors--Number of peremptory challenges--Alternating by parties.
15-14-8      Challenges when several parties on one side.
15-14-9      Trial of jury challenges for cause--Witnesses.
15-14-10      Procedure for peremptory challenges--Replacement of jurors challenged.
15-14-10.1      Choosing alternate jurors.
15-14-10.2      Number of prospective jurors.
15-14-10.3      Selection of prospective jurors.
15-14-10.4      Determining manner of exercising peremptory challenge.
15-14-10.5      Exercise of peremptory challenge.
15-14-11      Oath of jurors--Affirmation.
15-14-12      Admonitions by court on separation of jury.
15-14-13      Discharge of juror unable to proceed with trial--Proceedings after discharge.
15-14-14      Stenographic report of opening statements not required.
15-14-15      One counsel on each side to examine witness.
15-14-16      View of premises by jury.
15-14-17      Number of counsel and time allowed for argument to jury.
15-14-18      Scope of argument to jury--Argument on law.
15-14-19      Retirement of jury for deliberation.
15-14-20      Papers, exhibits, and notes taken into jury room.
15-14-21      Communications to and from jury during deliberations.
15-14-22      Other business of court during jury deliberations--Case open until jury discharged.
15-14-23      Verdict to include value and damages in action for recovery of personal property.
15-14-24      Sealed verdict directed on agreement during adjournment.
15-14-25      Receipt from jury and reading of verdict--Inquiry--Number of votes required.
15-14-26      Polling of jury--Dissenting votes.
15-14-27      Actions in which five-sixths vote by jury sufficient.
15-14-28      Receipt and reading of verdict when five-sixths vote sufficient--Inquiry--Dissenting votes.
15-14-29      Polling of jury when five-sixths vote sufficient--Dissenting votes.
15-14-30      Correction of irregularities in verdict.
15-14-31      Minute entry on receipt of verdict--Contents.
15-14-32      Jury discharged by final adjournment for term.
15-14-33      New trial after verdict not returned.

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