(A) Persons Permitted to Demand Jury Trial. Notwithstanding MCR 5.158(A), only an individual alleged to be in need of involuntary mental health treatment or an individual with mental retardation alleged to meet the criteria for judicial admission may demand a jury trial in a civil admission proceeding.
(B) Time for Demand. An individual may demand a jury trial any time before testimony is received at the hearing for which the jury is sought.
(C) Verdict in Commitment Proceedings. In proceedings involving possible commitment to a hospital or facility under the Mental Health Code, or to a correctional or training facility under the juvenile code, the jury's verdict must be unanimous.
(D) Fee. A jury fee is not required from a party demanding a jury trial under the Mental Health Code.