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Idaho Criminal Rule 23.1   Juror Questionnaires - Confidentiality.  

In order to provide for open, complete and candid responses to juror questionnaires and to protect juror privacy, information derived from or answers to juror questionnaires shall be confidential and shall not be disclosed to anyone except pursuant to court order.  For the limited purpose of trial preparation, copies of the juror questionnaires and answers may be made available by the clerk to an attorney for a party or to a party appearing pro se.  Such disclosure shall be subject to the rule of juror confidentiality stated above and any further limiting order of the administrative or trial judge.  Such a limiting order may include deletion of the name, address, phone number or any other information about a prospective juror that should remain confidential. 

(Adopted May 4, 2001, effective July 1, 2001.)



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Justice Warren E. Jones
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