Iowa Admin. Code r. 11-63.12 - Court appearances and jury duty

Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 12, December 15, 2021

When in obedience to a subpoena, summons, or direction by proper authority, an employee appears as a witness or a jury member in any public or private litigation in which the employee is not a party to the proceedings, the employee shall be entitled to time off during regularly scheduled work hours with regular compensation, provided the employee gives to the appointing authority any payments received for court appearance or jury service, other than reimbursement for necessary travel or personal expenses. If the employee is directed to appear as a witness by the appointing authority, all time spent shall be considered to be worktime.

(1) Hours spent on court or jury leave by an employee outside the employee's scheduled work hours are not subject to this rule, nor shall any payments received for court appearance or jury service be remitted to the appointing authority.
(2) The employee shall notify the appointing authority immediately upon receipt of a subpoena, summons, or direction by proper authority to appear
(3) An employee may be required to report to work if there will be at least two hours in the workday, following necessary travel time, during which the employee is not needed for jury service or as a witness.
(4) Upon return to work, the employee shall present evidence to the appointing authority of any payments received for court appearance or jury service.

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Iowa Admin. Code r. 11-63.12

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