Jury duty can be an intimidating prospect, especially if you have never served before. We want to make sure you know what to expect during jury duty so that you feel as prepared as possible when you are called to serve.
Our staff is committed to making your jury experience a positive one. This website is intended to answer many of your questions. However, if additional questions or concerns arise, please do not hesitate to contact the Court.
Message from the Judges:
Jury service is extremely important and the Court values your willingness to serve. We understand that jury service may be cumbersome and appreciate your willingness to serve. We thank you for your dedication to our community and to our criminal justice system.
Jury service is one of the highest expressions of citizenship and you should be proud of your service as a juror. Whether you are selected to serve on a trial or not, the Court and the litigants sincerely appreciate and value your time.
Jury trials are typically scheduled the last full week of the month. Jurors are selected to serve a 4 month period, however, you are only scheduled for one day per month during that 4 month period. For example, if you are selected to be a Tuesday juror, you will be scheduled for jury duty on the Tuesday during jury week for four months.
You will be asked to call in to a recording the night before you are scheduled for jury duty. The message will indicate if you are needed and the time to report or if you are not needed and when you should call the number again.
Please call the number for the Judge that you were selected to be a jury for:
Please keep in mind that messages will not be checked on these lines. If you need to speak to someone, please call the Bailiff at the number listed in the Contact Information section.