Judicial Leave. In the event an employee is summoned to serve as a juror, or appear as a witness in court, or is named as a co-defendant with the District, such employee shall receive a normal day's pay for each day of required presence in court. The jury duty fee or witness fee received by the employee shall be remitted to the District, but such remittance shall not exceed the employee's normal daily pay from the District. If an employee is a plaintiff or defendant in a case, the employee may request a leave of absence without pay; upon receipt of a jury summons, or subpoena, the employee shall immediately notify the immediate supervisor and the Superintendent. The employee shall be required to furnish a signed statement from a responsible officer of the court as proof of jury service, or of witness, and the pay received.
Judicial Leave. In the event an employee is summoned to serve as a juror, or appear as a witness in court, or is named as a co-defendant with the District, such employee shall receive a normal day’s pay for each day of required presence in court; provided, however, that any compensation received for such service shall be paid to the District. Such repayment shall not exceed the employee’s normal daily pay less bona fide expenses. In the event that an employee is a party in a court action, such employee may request a leave of absence.
Judicial Leave. 10.8.1 Unit members will be provided leave for regularly called jury duty and to appear as a witness in court, other that as a litigant, for reasons not brought about through the misconduct of the unit member. The unit member shall submit a request for an approved absence no less than twenty-four (24) hours prior to the beginning date of leave.
Judicial Leave. Leave with pay is granted when a faculty member is called for jury duty or is subpoenaed to testify as a witness before any court or governmental hearing body. Service as an expert witness shall be considered to be in the same category as outside employment and shall be subject to the limitation thereon specified in Article 22.
Judicial Leave. Teachers shall be granted paid leave as necessary for jury duty or to appear in a court of law as a subpoenaed witness. To be eligible for such paid leave, the teacher must turn over to the district any compensation received by virtue of such service. Compensation shall not include reimbursable expenses. Written notification must be made to the administration prior to judicial leave and a written statement of pay received must be submitted at the completion of the leave.
Judicial Leave. 4.3.1 When called for jury duty or as a witness in the manner provided by law, except when called as a witness adverse to the District or as a party in an action against the District, faculty members shall be granted a leave of absence without loss of pay for the time the employee is required to perform jury duty or act as a witness during the employee’s regularly assigned working hours.
Judicial Leave. A. Any employee who is summoned and reports for jury duty shall be paid by the Board an amount equal to the difference between the amount of wages the employee otherwise would have earned by working for the Board on that day and the daily jury fee paid by the court (not including travel allowance or reimbursement of expenses), for each day on which the employee reports for or performs jury duty and on which the employee otherwise would have been scheduled to work for the Board.
Judicial Leave. Any Employee called for jury duty, or who is subpoenaed to testify during work hours in any judicial or administrative matter, including requested attendance during an arbitration or fact-finding proceedings, shall be paid his/her full compensation for such time. Any money received (excluding mileage and expenses) for jury duty or other legal obligations during work time must be returned (paid) to the school.