RULE 1:16. Miscellaneous Limitations On Attorneys And Parties
1:16-1. Interviewing Jurors Subsequent to Trial
Except by leave of court granted on good cause shown, no attorney or party shall directly, or through any investigator or other person acting for the attorney, interview, examine, or question any grand or petit juror with respect to any matter relating to the case.
Note: Source-R.R. 1:25A. Amended July 16, 1979 to be effective September 10, 1979; amended December 7, 1993, to be effective immediately.
1:16-2. Prohibition as to Gratuities
No attorney or party shall give either directly or indirectly any gratuity or gift to any employee of any court, or of any officer serving a court, or of any other governmental agency or officer, when such attorney has had or is likely to have any professional or official transaction with such court, office or agency; nor shall an employee of any court, or of any office serving a court, accept any gratuity, gift, loan, discount, favor, hospitality, or service either directly or indirectly from any attorney or other person who has had or is likely to have any professional or official transaction with the employee or with the employee's court or office.