Before any examination of prospective jurors begin, the prospective jurors will be told in all civil cases, unless a party is appearing pro se, that at the conclusion of the trial, they will meet with judge and the attorneys for the litigants, for ten minutes. A judge in his or her discretion for good cause may, after a verdict is rendered, disallow a meeting between the jurors and the attorneys for the litigants and may excuse a juror or jurors from such a meeting, and a judge may control the conduct of the meeting.
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