Magistrate & District Court

JURY DUTY

Jury Duty is an essential element of our judicial system in America. Trial by a jury is provided as a constitutional right. Jury duty is one of the privileges and responsibilities of citizenship in the United States.

Below are the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions regarding jury duty as well as information useful to those called upon to serve. After reading these helpful informational hints if you still have questions, please feel free to contact us during regular office hours of Monday through Friday from 9am until 5pm.

WHAT DO I DO NOW?

HOW DID I GET SELECTED?

HOW LONG WILL I BE CALLED UPON TO SERVE?

HOW DO I GET OUT OF JURY DUTY?

CAN I POSTPONE SERVICE ON A JURY?

WHAT IF I NEED A DAY OFF?

I HAVE A MEDICAL CONDITION…DO I STILL HAVE TO SERVE?

MY BOSS CAN'T DO WITHOUT ME…DO I STILL HAVE TO SERVE?

WILL I GET PAID FOR SERVING ON A JURY?

HOW WILL I KNOW WHEN I'M SUPPOSED TO REPORT FOR JURY DUTY? 

WHERE DO I REPORT FOR JURY SERVICE?

WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT WHEN I APPEAR FOR JURY DUTY?

WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?

I'M A SMOKER

HOW DO I CONTACT THE JURY OFFICE?