To better serve you, we have carefully outlined a list of frequently asked questions below.
- What to expect the first day?
The first day of service is normally limited to jury selection.
- What are valid reasons for being excused from jury duty?
Persons who are under 18 years of age;
Persons who are not U.S. citizens (proof of non-citizenship must be submitted)
Persons who served as a juror within one year of their summons date;
Persons presently under prosecution for a crime;
Convicted felons who have not had their civil rights restored;
Deceased persons (death certificate must be submitted)
Persons physically unable to serve (doctor's certificate must be submitted)
Persons responsible for the care of an infirm or disabled family member;
Active, full-time law enforcement officers;
Persons 70 years of age or older;
Parents with a child under 6 years of age, who are not employed full-time.
Jurors wishing to be excused must contact the Clerk of Courts office at 386.362.0500
- What do I do if I've lost my jury summons?
- What happens if I do not report for jury duty?
- Do I get paid by the State for jury duty?
- Can I be fired from my job serving on jury duty?
For more information, please visit our Jury Management page.
- Created: 11 June 2013