Title 15, Chapter 12, Section 163
(a) When each juror is called, he shall be presented to the accused
in such a manner that he can be distinctly seen.
(b) The state or the accused may make any of the following
objections to the juror:
(1) That the juror is not a citizen, resident in the county;
(2) That the juror is under 18 years of age;
(3) That the juror is incompetent to serve because of mental
illness or mental retardation, or that the juror is intoxicated;
(4) That the juror is so near of kin to the prosecutor, the
accused, or the victim as to disqualify the juror by law from
serving on the jury;
(5) That the juror has been convicted of a felony in a federal
court or any court of a state of the United States and the juror's
civil rights have not been restored; or
(6) That the juror is unable to communicate in the English
(c) It shall be the duty of the court to hear immediately such
evidence as is submitted in relation to the truth of these
objections; the juror shall be a competent witness for this purpose.
If the judge is satisfied of the truth of any objection, the juror
shall be set aside for cause.