You will be given a plain envelope. After you have arrived at a verdict, the Jury Leader will complete and sign a formal verdict, using the appropriate form accompanying these instructions. The Jury Leader will, in your presence, insert the verdict and all other verdict forms into the envelope and seal it. After this has been done, the Jury Leader will notify the bailiffs you have arrived at a verdict and deliver the sealed envelope to the bailiff. You may then separate. The bailiff will control and safely keep the sealed envelope and all other documents and exhibits submitted to you.
You will then report to the courtroom on at .m., at which time the sealed envelope will be opened and the verdict received by the Court. You must not disclose the verdict to anyone nor discuss it or the case with anyone until it has been received in open court.