Title 9, Chapter 10, Section 50
(a) Whenever, by an examination voir dire of the persons whose names
are on the jury list and who are compellable to serve on the jury,
the presiding judge is satisfied that an impartial jury cannot be
obtained in the county where any civil case is pending, the civil
case may be transferred to any county that may be agreed upon by the
parties or their counsel.
(b) In the event the parties or their counsel fail or refuse to
agree upon any county in which to try the case pending, the judge
may select the county in which the same shall be tried and have the
case transferred accordingly.
(c) When any civil case has been once transferred, the judge may
again change the venue from the county to which the transfer was
first made to any other county, in the same manner as the venue was
first changed from the county in which the civil case was originally