Section 12-16-86

Performance of act with intent to affect fair drawing of jury by probate judge, jury commissioner, county commissioner, etc.

Any person who does an act calculated to affect the fair drawing of a jury and with intent to affect the same shall, on conviction, be fined not less than $200.00 nor more than $1,000.00 and may also be imprisoned in the county jail for not more than six months, and if such person is a probate judge, sheriff or clerk of the circuit court or jury commissioner or a member of a county commission, his office shall be thereby vacated and shall be filled as in other cases of vacancy, on such conviction's being certified to the appointing power by the presiding judge or the clerk of the court in which it is had.

(Code 1852, §543; Code 1867, §4093; Code 1876, §4766; Code 1886, §3923; Code 1896, §5100; Code 1907, §7480; Code 1923, §5072; Code 1940, T. 30, §51.)