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  2. Jury duty scam is back, sheriff warns - newstribune.com

    www.newstribune.com/news/2022/oct/01/jury-duty...

    The Cole County Sheriff's Department is receiving complaints, again, of a scam involving people missing court or missing jury duty. "This is the same scam we had recently," Sheriff John Wheeler said.

  3. Allen County Court seeing increase of citizens not appearing ...

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    ALLEN COUNTY, OH (WLIO) - The Allen County Court of Common Pleas has reported a disturbing trend regarding citizens appearing after receiving a court summons. According to both Allen County Judges Jeffrey Reed and Terri Kohlrieser, a large number of people are not appearing for their summoned jury ...

  4. Jury Service Information - Alachua County, Florida

    www.alachuacounty.us/Depts/Clerk/Pages/Jury...

    Jurors for County and Circuit Court are selected from the list of licensed drivers residing in Alachua County. Jurors are generally summoned 4-8 weeks prior to jury duty. Most juries are selected on Monday morning at the Alachua County Courthouse for all trials scheduled for the week. Some 80% of the trials in Alachua County are for one day only.

  5. 16th Circuit Court of Jackson County Missouri 415 E 12th Street Kansas City, Mo 64106

  6. Jury Trial Resumption Plan It is the District's intention to comply with all Kansas Supreme Court orders and recommendations, specifically, the District desires to comply with the provisions of Administrative Order 2020-PR-93, 2020-PR-99.

  7. All actions involving dissolution of marriage (divorce), separation, separate maintenance, child custody and modifications, child support, adult abuse and child protection matters are heard by various judicial officers at either courthouse at 415 East 12th Street in Kansas City or at the Independence Courthouse Annex at 308 West Kansas in Independence.

  8. Reynolds v. United States - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reynolds_v._United_States

    United States, 98 U.S. 145 (1878), was a Supreme Court of the United States case that held that religious duty was not a defense to a criminal indictment. Reynolds was the first Supreme Court opinion to address the First Amendment's protection of religious liberties, impartial juries and the Confrontation Clauses of the Sixth Amendment.