Rules 801-814 of the Minnesota General Rules of Practice for the District Courts cover how courts select potential jurors, review the qualifications for jury service, excuses and deferrals, the term of jury service, the records kept about jury service, who has access to them, and more.
Title I (Rules Applicable to All Court Proceedings). Form 5 Motion for Admission Pro Hac Vice; Form 11.1 Confidential Information Form; Form 11.2 Sealed Financial Source Documents.
Title II (Civil Actions): Form 111.02 Informational Statement (Civil Matters--Non-Family); Form 104 Certificate of Representation and Parties; Form 112.01 Joint Statement of the Case; Form 145.1 Receipt of Minor Settlement Order and Funds;
Form 145.2 Combined Motion and Order for Release of Minor.
Title IV. Rules of Family Court Procedure. Form 1 -
Application for Temporary Relief; Form 2 - Prehearing Statement; Form 3 - Appendix A; Form 4A - Notice for Implementation of Biennial Cost of Living Adjustment; Form 4B - Cost of Living Adjustment Calculation; Form 5A - Notice to Obligor of Medical Support Enforcement; Form 5B - Notice to Employer or Union of Medical Support; Form 6A - Notice of Income Withholding; Form 6B - Order for Immediate Income Withholding; Form 7 - Notice of Order to Payor of Funds; Form 8A - Notice of Entry and Docketing of Maintenance Judgment; Form 8B - Affidavit of Default of Maintenance; Form 8C - Supplemental Affidavit of Default of Maintenance Judgment; Form 8D - Notice of Entry and Docketing of Support Judgment; Form 8E - Affidavit of Default of Support Judgment; Form 9A - Informational Statement (Family Court Matters); Form 9B - Alternative Informational Statement (Family Court Matters); Form 10 - Default Scheduling Request; Form 12 Joint Petition, Agreement, and Judgment and Decree for Marriage Dissolution, Without Children
Title V - Probate Rules. Form 417.02 - Trustee's Accounting.
Title VIII - Rules Relating to Criminal Matters. Form 702 - Bail Bond for Appearance Only.
"1. The attached amendments to the Rules of Civil Procedure, the General Rules of Practice, and the Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure be, and the same are, prescribed and promulgated to be effective on January 1, 2006.
2. These amendments shall apply to all actions or proceedings pending on or commenced on or after the effective date, provided that in cases in which a timely and otherwise proper motion is brought under either the old or the new version of Rule 50.02 of the Rules of Civil Procedure, the time for appeal will be governed by Rule 104.01, subd. 2, of the Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure, even if the wrong version of Rule 50.02 is used.
3. The inclusion of advisory committee comments is made for convenience and does not reflect court approval of the statements made therein."
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