TRIAL BY JURY 2.600 Right to Trial by Jury. Every person charged with any offense defined and made punishable by the city charter, or any ordi¬nance of the city, shall have the right to trial by jury upon giving written notice to the municipal judge within six days after entry of his plea. The munici¬pal judge may, at his discretion, accept a request for a trial by jury at any time before the time set for trial. 2.605 Number of Jurors. The jury shall consist of six persons duly sworn to try the cause for which they are called; the jurors shall be selected as hereinafter pro¬vided. 2.610 Term of Court. The terms of municipal court shall be for a period of one year, beginning on January first of each year fol¬lowing the passage of the ordinance codi¬fied in sections 2.600 to 2.650. 2.615 Jury List. (1) Upon the passage of the ordi¬nance codified in sections 2.600 to 2.650 and com¬men¬cing on January 2, 1974, the city man¬ager shall prepare a preliminary jury list, by lot, of not less than one hundred fifty nor more than five hundred names of persons selected from the latest tax role and registra¬tion books used in the last city elec¬tion. The manager, in preparing the preliminary jury list, shall place thereon only those names of persons who are known or believed to be possessed of the qualifica¬tions described in ORS 10.030 and not entitled to ex¬emption as provided by ORS 10.040. (2) If for any reason the making of a jury is omitted and neglected on the second day of January, it may be done on the first Mon¬day of any month following to serve until the close of the year, and until another list is made. 2.620 Jury Panels. The jury panel for each term shall be selected on the first day of each term of court and the city manager shall select one hundred names of persons, by lot, from the preliminary jury list, to serve as a jury panel until the next panel is selected. No person shall be required to serve more than one term during any three-year period. A jury panel shall be selected on January 2, 1974, upon the pas¬sage of the ordinance codified in sections 2.600 to 2.650 and there¬after on January 2nd of each and every year; pro¬vided, however, that if the prelim¬inary jury list is not selected on the second day of January of any year, the jury panel may be selected on the first Mon¬day of any following month. The jury panel shall be selected by the city manager in the presence of the municipal judge. No chal¬lenge shall be made or allowed to the panel and substantial com¬pliance with the ordi¬nance codified in sections 2.600 to 2.650 for selecting the panel shall be suffi¬cient. 2.625 Selection of Trial Jury. At least ten days, excluding Sundays and legal holidays, prior to the trial date, the defendant or his attorney and the city attorney shall appear before the municipal judge for the selection of the trial jury. The time and place of said selection shall be desig¬nated by the court and the judge thereof shall notify the defen¬dant or his attorney and the city attor¬ney of said time and place. The judge shall then select, by lot, six names of persons from the jury panel. When it appears to the munic¬ipal judge that any of the persons whose names are drawn is dead or resides out of the city, the ballot shall be de¬stroyed. If it appears to the municipal judge, or he has good reason to believe, that a person whose name is drawn is temporarily absent from the city, or is ill, or is so engaged as to be unable to attend at the time of trial without great incon¬venience, the ballot shall be laid aside, the name not placed on the jury list for the trial for which the jury is being selected, but such ballot shall be returned to the jury box after the drawing of the trial jury is completed. The defendant or his attorney may then challenge by peremptory challenge three of the pro¬spective jurors. The order of chal¬lenge shall be that the defendant, or his attorney may challenge one then the city attorney may challenge one, and so alternat¬ing until the peremptory challenges are exhausted. Addi¬tional names shall be selected, by lot, to replace those jurors chal¬lenged. When six jurors have been selected, they shall be notified to appear at trial at the appointed time and place and shall consti¬tute the trial jury. 2.630 Alternate Jurors. The defendant or his at¬torney and the city attorney may agree by stipulation to the drawing of additional names from the jury panel to serve as alter¬nate trial jurors to be summoned should summons not be served upon any of those persons selected as a part of the trial jury pursuant to section 2.625. 2.635 Conduct of Trials. Trials shall be conducted as trials in justice court and the rules of evidence shall be the sane as in state courts and shall include applicable statutes of the state regarding the introduc¬tion or admis¬sion of evidence. 2.640 Verdict. Six of the six jurors sworn to try the cause must concur to render a verdict. 2.645 Payment of Jurors. Those jurors notified and who appear at trial shall receive compensation from the city in the amount of $5.00 for each day of atten¬dance upon the municipal court. 2.650 Powers of the Municipal Judge. The municipal judge shall have all inherent statutory powers and duties of a justice of the peace within the jurisdictional limits of the city. The chief of police shall assist the judge in the serving of subpoenas, notices of jury duty, and such other orders of the court necessary for the proper conduct thereof. The municipal judge may hold any prospec¬tive juror who disregards the notice of jury duty in contempt of court and may pun¬ish said juror as set forth in Chapter 1.08 of this code.