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  2. Jury Service > Jury Service Information

    www.azcourts.gov/juryduty

    Arizona has pioneered many successful jury reform measures, such as jurors being allowed to ask written questions of witnesses in the court; jurors being allowed to discuss evidence (in civil cases) during the course of the trial; juror note taking and juror notebooks in lengthy or complex trials; and supplemental pay for long trials.

  3. The Judicial Branch of Arizona in Maricopa County

    superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/jury/juror-service

    A juror who is summoned and who willfully and without reasonable excuse fails to appear for jury service may be found by the court to be in contempt and subject to penalties provided by law. If you failed to appear on the date summoned, write to the Jury Office explaining the situation and include your Jury ID number.

  4. Juror Information Letter | District of Arizona | United ...

    www.azd.uscourts.gov/jury/juror-information-letter

    Juror Information Letter | District of Arizona | United States District Court Complete your online questionnaire Submit an excuse request Submit a postpone request Provide unavailable dates Obtain proof of service Update your contact information Obtain your reporting status Home Juror Information Letter

  5. Contacting the Jury Office | District of Arizona | United ...

    www.azd.uscourts.gov/jury/contacting-jury-office

    Contacting the Jury Office All requests to be excused from jury duty must be submitted in writing. You can mail or fax your request to the appropriate courthouse below or click here to submit your request via our website. Phoenix United States District Court Sandra Day O’Connor Courthouse 401 W. Washington Street, SPC 2 Phoenix, AZ 85003

  6. Jury Duty | Maricopa County Clerk of Superior Court

    www.clerkofcourt.maricopa.gov/services/external...

    Jury Duty | Maricopa County Clerk of Superior Court JEFF FINE You are now exiting the Maricopa County Clerk of Superior Court. The Maricopa County Clerk of Superior Court is not responsible for the content of external sites. Thank you for visiting the Maricopa County Clerk of Superior Court.

  7. Jury Service | United States Courts

    www.uscourts.gov/services-forms/jury-service

    The national eJuror Program gives potential jurors the option of responding to their jury qualification questionnaire or summons online through the website of the local court that summoned citizens to jury duty. Warning - Jury Scam Members of the public are not contacted initially by email or phone for jury service.

  8. Frequently Asked Questions - Jury | District of Arizona | United States District Court Complete your online questionnaire Submit an excuse request Submit a postpone request Provide unavailable dates Obtain proof of service Update your contact information Obtain your reporting status Home » Clerk's Office » FAQs Frequently Asked Questions - Jury

  9. Arizona Jury Duty Excuse List - Getting Excused From Jury Duty

    www.juryduty101.com/states/arizona/jury-duty-excuses

    Arizona has a statutory exemption that allows individuals over a certain age to request exemption from jury duty. In the state of Arizona, potential jurors over 75 years of age must submit a written request and proof of age to be excused from jury selection. | Other Jury Duty Excuses in Arizona

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  11. The national eJUROR Program gives a potential juror the flexibility of responding online to their jury qualification questionnaire. A juror choosing to complete this form electronically using eJUROR does not have to mail the form. Through eJUROR, a potential juror may: update their personal information; check their reporting status; and