Title 15, Chapter 12, Section 20
(a) In each county there shall be a board of jury commissioners,
whose members shall be discreet persons who are not practicing
attorneys at law nor county officers, who shall be appointed by the
chief judge of the superior court.
(b) Absent promulgation of a court rule pursuant to subsection (c)
of this Code section specifying a lesser number, the board of jury
commissioners shall be composed of six members. When the board is
composed of six members, on the first appointment two shall be
appointed for two years, two for four years, and two for six years.
Their successors shall be appointed for a term of six years.
(c) In any county the chief judge of the superior court may
establish by court rule duly published and filed a board of jury
commissioners composed of not less than three nor more than five
members. In counties in which the numerical composition of the
board has been established by court rule, the first appointments to
the board shall be fixed in such a manner that not more than one
member's term shall expire during any calendar year. The chief
judge shall adjust the composition and terms of members of the board
in office at the time of the publication of the court rule.
Successors to members of the board originally appointed under the
provisions of a court rule shall be appointed for a term of six
(d) In all cases, the chief judge shall have the right to remove the
jury commissioners at any time, in his discretion, for cause and
appoint successors. However, no person who has served for more than
three years as a jury commissioner shall be eligible or shall be
appointed to succeed himself as a member of the board of jury