Jury Services

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 Juror Safety During COVID-19

The Courts have implemented many new procedures to ensure juror safety during COVID-19.
  • Jurors will be 6 feet away from each other during jury service
  • Jurors and all other persons in the Justice Complex are required to wear masks or face shields
  • Jury assembly groups will be spread out throughout the building to avoid large groups
  • Jurors will need to pass a health screen before entering the building
  • Juror seats will be cleaned as soon as a juror is excused
  • Jurors may bring in a brown bag lunch and water bottle. Microwaves and refrigerators are not available.
  • Jurors will be asked to check-in and return to their car until they receive a text message to report to the courthouse. This system will be similar to the methods used in restaurants.
  • The building is not open to the public, nor will the courtroom to limit the number of people with whom you have contact.
What To Do on the First Day of Your Jury Term
  • Do not report on the first day of your term unless you are instructed to do so. Sometimes jury panels are not needed as cases resolve just prior to the scheduled trial.
  • If you are needed at the court, Jury Services will contact you by email or text message the night before you are to report for jury duty. You may also check on your status by visiting e-Response or calling the jury line (1-855-509-5879) after 5 p.m. each evening. 
  • If you need to report to court, the date and time will be provided to you on both eResponse/jury line - if there is no date or time listed, you do not need to report. 

Tips for Reporting

  • Arrive promptly. A trial cannot begin unless all jurors are present.
  • Bring reading material for down time.
  • Cell phones are permitted, but charging may not be possible. Bring an extra battery if desired.
  • During COVID-19, coffee will not be provided, but food and drink will be permitted into the building. 
  • Bring a brown bag lunch if you do not want to go out for lunch during the break.
  • Review the Health Screening Questionnaire to ensure you are healthy enough to report for jury duty.

Jury Assembly Room

You will report for jury duty to the 4th Floor Jury Assembly Room in the Justice Complex. Coffee, water and reading material are available.  If you have a medical necessity that requires you to eat or drink at certain times during the day, please notify the jury clerk.  Food/beverages are not allowed in the courtrooms. Jurors will typically be given a one hour lunch break around noon.