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9In section 9B(3) of the Juries Act 1974 (judges who may determine whether juror to be discharged on account of disability)—
(a)omit the “or” at the end of paragraph (c); and
(b)after paragraph (d) insert “, or
(e)subject to subsection (4), a qualifying judge advocate (within the meaning of the Senior Courts Act 1981).
(4)Subsection (3)(e) applies only where the case relates to a summons to attend for jury service in the Crown Court.”;
but this is subject to paragraph 10.
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