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  2. eJuror Tips - United States District Court for the District ...

    ord.uscourts.gov/index.php/jurors/2020-ejuror-tips

    If you do so, eJuror will delete the information you have entered. Instead, use the back and forward buttons on the eJuror screens to navigate between the pages to ensure your entries are not erased. The eJuror process takes approximately five to ten minutes; however, the system will time out after 20 minutes of inactivity.

  3. eJuror - United States District Court for the District of Oregon

    www.ord.uscourts.gov/index.php/jurors/2017-ejuror

    eJuror The eJuror system allows you to complete a Qualification Questionnaire or respond to a Summons for Jury Service online. You can also use eJuror to submit an initial request for excuse or disqualification from jury service,* and update previously provided contact information.

  4. The United States District Court for the District of Oregon randomly selects citizens' names every two years from lists of registered voters who live in the district. The people randomly selected are required to complete a Qualification Questionnaire to help determine if they are qualified to serve on a jury.

  5. U.S. Courts, District of Idaho

    www.id.uscourts.gov/district/jury/Jury_Scams.cfm/...

    The scam call came from (208) 325-0508 at 4:24 p.m. The caller identified himself as Sgt. Charles White with the Sheriff's Office. The caller asked for him by name, knew his current address and advised that a jury summons was mailed in May and that he failed to appear; therefore, the Judge overseeing his case issued a misdemeanor citation.

  6. In light of the exigent circumstances due to the COVID-19 outbreak, all civil and criminal jury trials in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Tennessee that were scheduled to begin between January 28, 2022, and February 18, 2022, are continued until further notice. For further details, please see Administrative Order 22-02 .

  7. United States District Court -- Eastern Michigan District

    www.mied.uscourts.gov/?trk=public_post-text

    The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan has jurisdiction over federal cases, criminal and civil, in Michigan’s eastern Lower Peninsula. The current Detroit courthouse is a classic example of 1934 Art Deco and Art Moderne architecture with domed ceilings, intricate hand-painting, marble flooring, and historic bronze accents.

  8. United States District Court -- Eastern Michigan District

    www.mied.uscourts.gov/index.cfm?pagefunction=AdmissionCheck

    Search for Attorney Admission Record. To look up your admission date, you may search by name or bar number, please enter your information below. This database may not include attorneys who have not appeared in a civil or criminal case since 1975 and were admitted to the Court's Bar prior to 1975. Note: This information is updated weekly.

  9. U.S. Courts, District of Idaho

    id.uscourts.gov/district/jury/Complete...

    Click the button below to complete your online juror Qualification and Supplemental Questionnaire (s). You will need your nine (9) digit juror participant number which is located on your jury summons. We have had reports of jurors having issues with completing questionnaires on a Tablet or on their mobile device.

  10. U.S. Courts, District of Idaho

    www.id.uscourts.gov/district/jury/Check_your...

    Your call-in/current status dates are listed on your jury summons. The AJIS telephone number is 1-800-699-9840. You will be asked to provide your nine 9-digit juror participant number which is located above Step 1 on your jury summons. Can't Find My 9-Digit Juror Participant Number Print PDF