COVID-19 Notice

We are committed to the safety and well-being of our jurors and our Nation. We are closely following the guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and local and U.S. health authorities and have taken precautionary measures to limit the potential spread of the virus while also ensuring that we are able to continue with essential judicial proceedings. Our jury team continues to monitor the COVID-19 situation in real time and is responding as conditions evolve. The court will follow any restrictions on public gatherings. In the event such a restriction or a rise in COVID-19 cases requires us to cancel the upcoming jury selection, you will be notified by the Jury Information System or by calling 866-865-8152.

Please be assured that we are trying to take all steps necessary to keep you safe. We will observe 6 feet distancing, will provide hand sanitizer, and will provide facial masks if possible. We ask that you bring a facial mask or covering to wear in the event we are unable to provide you with one. All persons entering the courthouse must wear a face covering or mask.

If you wish to postpone or excuse your jury service because you have symptoms to COVID-19 or are at high risk of infection, or have any concerns about reporting for jury duty because of COVID-19, please complete the online Request for Postponement or Excuse immediately after completing the Summons Questionnaire.

Juror Questionnaires


Summons Questionnaire Qualification Questionnaire


Juror Services

  • Request an Excuse or Postponement
  • Check Status of your Excuse Request
  • Check your Jury Reporting Instructions
  • Print a Certificate of Service


Jury Duty Information

 

General courthouse information

  • Locations
  • Unless otherwise specified by court order, the courthouse opens to the public at 8:30AM
  • A valid government-issued photo ID such as a driver's license or US Passport is required to enter the courthouse.
  • You are not allowed to bring cell phones, smart watches, fitness trackers, liquids, gels, aerosols, laptops or computers, electronic devices, tablets, e-books, newspapers, video or audio recording devices, cameras, lighters, matches, or any objects that may activate the metal detectors into the courthouse. You are permitted to bring in a 3.4 oz (100ml) or smaller container of hand sanitizer or lotion.

 


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