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A. All trials of offenses shall be by the Court without a jury unless the defendant files a request for a jury trial and a One Hundred Dollar ($100.00) jury fee not less than thirty (30) business days prior to the date set for trial. A Judge may in his or her discretion waive the jury fee if the defendant shows that he or she is without sufficient funds to pay the jury fee.

B. Juries shall be composed of six members with one alternate if an alternate juror is deemed advisable by the Court.

C. In a case tried without a jury, the Judge shall make a general finding of guilt or innocence and shall, upon request of any party, make specific findings which may be embodied in a written decision.