If you do not have a computer to complete the questionnaire online please call the toll free number (844) 603-6463 and state your participant number, name and current address. Then request a paper questionnaire. Trial by jury is a keystone of our system of justice and is therefore both an opportunity and an obligation of every American citizen.
If unable to complete online, please call 844-874-7380 and a paper questionnaire will be mailed within one month. Answer all questions Answer all questions by writing answers in appropriate blanks and completely filling in the circles of the appropriate answers; do not use an “X” or any other marks. Use a number two pencil to complete the form.
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Complete the questionnaire within ten days of receiving it. Online at www.courts.mo.gov/ejuror/ [www.courts.mo.gov] The paper questionnaire must be mailed to the: Jury Duty Supervisor 10 North Tucker 3rd Floor, Civil Courts Bldg. St. Louis, Missouri 63101 Reporting to Jury Duty Instructions on when and where to report are in back of the summons.
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 number each time you log in. Enter the first three letters of your last name. Enter your Date of Birth.
Juror Qualification Questionnaire If you received a Juror Qualification Questionnaire (see form below) from the U.S. District Court, you are being considered for jury service. However, this is not a summons for jury service and you are not being called to report at this time.
Responding to a summons for jury duty. 2. Participating in the jury selection process 3. Serving on jury 4. How much do I get paid? A:By law, each juror receives at least $6.00 per day for every day he or she actually serves and seven cents for every mile traveled to and from his or her residence and the courthouse. Most counties pay more.
If you have comments or questions, contact us at email@example.com or 816-512-5100. It's Your Duty and Honor As a juror, you play an essential role in the American system of justice. You do not need any special skills or legal knowledge to be a juror.
U.S. citizens, 18-years-old and older, may qualify to serve in the federal courts on a jury. The Jury Selection and Service Act establishes the process for selecting jurors and outlines qualifications a person must meet to serve on a federal jury. About Jury Service. Types of Juries. Juror Qualifications, Exemptions and Excuses. Juror Pay.