IF you are a standby juror for Tuesday, September 26, 2017, please look at the standby number on your summons. If the standby number is between and including 1 through 325 you must report for jury service at 8:30A.M. as summoned.
Free wireless Internet access is available in the jury assembly room…bring your laptop computer! The Wi-Fi password will be provided to jurors on request. The jury pool lounge also has several wired connections that require an Ethernet cable. We have Ethernet cables that you may borrow or you may bring your own. There is a limited number of electrical outlets in the room; be sure to charge your device’s battery fully before arriving, although we have mobile charging stations throughout the room. You may re-charge your mobile device’s battery at no charge.
Bring your parking ticket from the garage into the jury pool to be validated. Only garage parking will be validated. Oversized vehicles must park in back of garage.
IF YOU WISH TO RESCHEDULE YOUR JURY SERVICE DATE DUE TO A QUALIFYING HARDSHIP, CLICK HERE. Eligibility is determined by consideration of juror history. Please have your juror number, pool date, and stand-by number available when applying online for the excusal. YOUR REQUEST MUST BE MADE NO LESS THAN 7 CALENDAR DAYS PRIOR TO YOUR SERVICE DATE.
Citizens who have reached age 70 may request a PERMANENT exemption from future jury service. Click here to receive the exemption. You must not currently be scheduled for jury duty.
If you feel that you require an accommodation from the Court in order to serve (such as a sign language interpreter), send a request to the Jury Commission at email@example.com. You request will receive consideration, but is not a guarantee that assistance will be provided. Be sure to include contact information so that we may speak with you before your service date regarding the request.
Click here for answers to frequently asked questions about jury service.
Click here to view the “You the Juror” Video shown in the jury pool lounge.
Click here to obtain directions to the courthouse.