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  2. eJuror : Login Page - United States Courts

    eJuror also allows you to update your contact information, request a postponement or excuse, check your reporting status, and print an attendance letter. It will take you approximately 10 minutes to complete the Questionnaire. Your responses will not be retained if you exit before completion of the entire questionnaire.

  3. How to Write a Jury Excuse Letter (with Pictures) - wikiHow

    To find out whether the court will excuse you from jury duty, you must write a jury excuse letter and send it to the judge or clerk of court that issued your summons. X Research source [2] X Research source

  4. Request for Excuse. California Rules of Court, rule 2.1008 - external link, specifies the grounds on which the Jury Commissioner's Office is allowed to excuse prospective jurors from jury service. It states, "Jury service, unless excused by law, is a responsibility of citizenship".

  5. California Rules of Court: Title Two Rules

    (e) Excuse based on previous jury service A prospective juror who has served on a grand or trial jury or was summoned and appeared for jury service in any state or federal court during the previous 12 months must be excused from service on request. The jury commissioner, in his or her discretion, may establish a longer period of repose.

  6. JUROR SELF-CHECK-IN NOW AVAILABLE! Jurors may now skip the line and have a seat directly in the jury assembly room (when open). By accessing the “juror-portal” wifi network on your mobile device, you may now check-in for service and obtain access to free wifi. All you need is your 9-digit juror ID number that is printed on your summons.

  7. A juror who has a mobility impairment and is sent to a courtroom with access problems may be reassigned to a different location that has better access. TDD users can call the relay service at 1-800-662-1220 to place the call.

  8. Juror Qualification Questionnaire - United States District ...

    If you received a Juror Qualification Questionnaire (see form below) from the U.S. District Court, you are being considered for jury service. However, this is not a summons for jury service and you are not being called to report at this time.

  9. Iowa eJuror

    To log in, please enter your Juror ID and Date of Birth. Juror IDs are located on your summonsing document. **If you have tested positive for COVID 19, are waiting for test results, or have symptoms within five days of your reporting date and you were told to report, please contact the court during business hours (Monday-Friday 8 AM - 4:30 PM) and do not report for service**

  10. Any updates will be posted to this web page and also to your juror reporting status. Potential jurors must complete the juror qualification questionnaire. Excuses and deferrals cannot be granted over the phone. Welcome to jury service in the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona.

  11. Jury Scam Alert. Past or prospective jurors are never contacted by phone regarding failure to serve jury duty. All communication regarding failure to serve jury duty is done via U.S. mail.