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  2. Using the Online Jury Portal – What You Need to Know. If this is your first time visiting the new Online Jury Portal, please read the below in its entirety for important information about your jury service. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS REGARDING JURY DUTY. Visit our Jury FAQ page . What can I do in the Jury Online Portal? Check the status of ...

  3. eResponse - Log In

    eresponse.michiganjms.org

    Welcome to the online Juror Qualification Questionnaire. ... check the declaration checkbox below before logging in.) I swear or affirm to tell the truth about my ...

  4. Jury Duty - Home - Superior Court of California, County of ...

    www.scscourt.org/online_services/jury/jury_duty...

    As of February 1, 2021, jury selection and trials are being held in both Criminal and Civil divisions. Jurors should avoid entering the courthouse if they have recently been exposed to COVID-19, have any COVID-19 symptoms, have been advised by a physician to self-quarantine, or should be quarantined for ten days per the California Department of Public Health’s guidelines on traveling outside ...

  5. Jury Duty | Chesterfield County, VA

    www.chesterfield.gov/1225

    After 5 p.m. the business day before the report date listed on your summons check your reporting status. Call the Juror Information Line at 804-409-8605 and follow the message prompt to check your reporting status. You may also check your status on the Juror eResponse website. On the Juror eReponse website:

  6. Jury Duty | Mass.gov

    www.mass.gov/jury-duty

    Respond to your summons Jury duty informational videos What you need to know before your jury service What to expect on the day of your jury service Learn about trial jury service Learn about compensation for jury duty Learn about employment obligations during jury duty Learn about jury duty accessibility Juror handbooks, brochures, and forms

  7. Jury Duty - Columbus, Georgia

    courts.columbusga.gov/Courts/Superior/Jury-Duty

    Providing you with a safe jury duty experience is our top priority. The Superior Court is dedicated to protecting your health and the health of our employees, visitors, and community members. As we begin to resume jury proceedings, our commitment to fighting the spread of COVID-19 has not changed.

  8. About Jury Duty | District of Columbia Courts

    www.dccourts.gov/jurors/about-your-jury-duty

    Residents are not excused from service based on occupation. To make jury service as convenient as possible, the Superior Court uses a "'One Trial or One Day" jury selection process for petit jurors. Service to the Court should end if a resident is not selected for a trial on your first day of service. Learn about the DC Superior Court Jury Plan.

  9. Jury Duty - Courts | seattle.gov

    www.seattle.gov/courts/jury

    The judge determines the law to be applied in the case while the jury decides the facts. Like the privilege of voting, jury duty is one significant way we can take part in the democratic process. We rely on jurors for the protection of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

  10. What Happens If I Don’t Show Up To Jury Duty in Georgia?

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    Check with the Clerk of Court. Each court may have various rules and procedures for jurors. For instance, most courts have rules regarding electronic devices, parking, and attire. It is wise to check with the Clerk of Court for the court in which you are to serve as a juror if you have questions about jury duty. When in doubt, call the Clerk of ...

  11. What Does "Standby" Mean for Jury Duty? | Legal Beagle

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    For many people, jury duty is an inconvenient necessity, or at least it used to be. Obviously, being tried by a jury of one's peers is a democratic right, and to make that work, people from all walks of life must serve. But jurors have to miss work, travel to courthouses across town, arrive on time and then wait.