Login. In order to log into eJuror, please enter the following identifying information located on your form. Enter your 9 digit Participant Number (located below your name and address on your summons). Enter the first three letters of your last name. Enter your Date of Birth.
For identifying information, please enter the following: Enter your 9 digit Participant Number (located next to your name and address on the form you received in the mail).
In order to log into eJuror, please enter the following identifying information located on your form: Enter your nine-digit Participant Number (located to the left of the bar code on the summons you received in the mail). Click on the "Summons Example" to the left for help in locating your participant number.
To request to be postponed from jury service fill out the Jury Information Form, located at the bottom of the summons, or on-line using eJuror. Upon request, the Jury Clerk may grant postponement of jury service for the following: Persons with a health problem. Persons who are enrolled as a full-time student. You must provide an unofficial copy ...
In order to log into eJuror, please enter the following identifying information located on your form. Enter your 9 digit Participant Number (located next to your name and address on the form you received in the mail). Click on the "Questionnaire/Summons Example" to help you locate your participant number. You will need to enter this participant ...
eJuror. Submitted by opa_admin on December 28, 2015 - 3:27pm. If you received a Jury letter requesting that you fill out our online questionnaire, please go to our eJuror website and enter your Participant number to get started.
Login. Welcome to the Shelby County eJuror Qualification System. This online tool allows you to qualify for jury service, update contact information and to obtain proof of past and present jury service. To begin, enter the requested information below. (Your Participant Number can be found on your jury summons) Participant Number.
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eResponse. Welcome to eResponse. COVID-19 HEALTH PRECAUTIONS: Civil District Court wants to assure you that every reasonable precaution will be taken to minimize exposure and to stop the spread of Covid-19, and to enhance the health and safety of the jury, the parties, the lawyers, and the Court staff during jury selection and the trial to follow.