If an accused has not pleaded guilty to all of the charges on an indictment—
(a) the accused must be arraigned in the presence of the jury panel or, if a jury panel is split into 2 or more parts under section 30(5) of the Juries Act 2000 , the first part of the jury panel that is present in court; and
(b) a jury for the trial must be empanelled from that jury panel.
1 A trial commences when arraignment under this section occurs: see section 210.
2 The Juries Act 2000 sets out the process for empanelling a jury.