Title 15, Chapter 12, Section 130
(a) In any county of this state where there is located any court or
courts having county-wide jurisdiction concurrent with the superior
courts of this state to try any, all, or any type of case not within
the exclusive jurisdiction of the superior courts of this state, any
trial juror drawn, selected, and summoned for service in the trial
of civil and criminal cases in the superior court of such county
shall be legally competent and qualified to serve as a juror in any
such other court or courts located in the county for the same period
of time as he is competent and qualified to serve as a trial juror
in the superior court of the county.
(b) Subsection (a) of this Code section shall be applicable only if:
(1) At the time the names of trial jurors are drawn by the judge of the superior court in accordance with Code Section 15-12-120, the judge who draws the jurors shall announce in open court the name or names of the court or courts other than the superior court wherein the jurors shall be competent and qualified to serve by virtue of this Code section;
(2) The precept issued by the clerk of the superior court in accordance with Code Section 15-12-65 shows that the jurors listed thereon are qualified and competent to serve as jurors in courts other than the superior court and shows the name of such court or courts; and
(3) The summons served upon or sent to each of the jurors pursuant to Code Section 15-12-65 affirmatively shows the name of all the courts wherein the juror is eligible to serve.