You must contact your local district court website to fill out a Juror Qualifications Questionnaire online or contact your local district court for questions about jury service. What is Federal Jury Service? U.S. citizens, 18-years-old and older, may qualify to serve in the federal courts on a jury.
Potential jurors can respond to their jury qualification questionnaire or summons online through the website of the local court that summoned them to jury duty. The national eJuror Program gives potential jurors the flexibility of responding online to their jury qualification questionnaire.
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.
eJuror Online Questionnaire. The national eJuror Program gives potential jurors the flexibility of responding online to their jury qualification questionnaire. Jurors choosing to complete these forms electronically do not have to mail them. Visit eJuror Online Questionnaire.
Juror Qualification Fields Are you a citizen of the United States? - (Question #1) You must be a U.S. Citizen to be eligible to serve. Are you 18 years of age or older? - (Question #2) You must be at least 18 years or older to serve. Has your primary residence for the past year been in the same county and state? - (Question #3)
Potential jurors must complete the juror qualification questionnaire. Excuses and deferrals cannot be granted over the phone. Welcome to jury service in the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona. Following are some areas of interest to assist you during your term of service.
The questionnaire is designed for the Court to determine if someone is qualified to serve as a juror, and we ask that you fill out the questionnaire completely. Since this is not a summons for jury duty, you do not need to contact the Jury Office to request an excuse from jury duty at this time.
United States District Court District of Arizona Honorable G. Murray Snow, Chief Judge. Debra D. Lucas, District Court Executive & Clerk of Court. For Jurors For Attorneys For those Proceeding Without an Attorney For Media. Clerk's Office. Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Annual Statistical Reports. FAQs.
The purpose of the juror qualification questionnaire is to determine whether you are qualified to serve as a juror in our court. If you are deemed qualified, your name will be placed into a pool of persons available to be chosen for future jury service. When your name is drawn, we will send you a summons by mail.
The juror questionnaire contains several questions that would normally be asked in person by the trial judge during the jury selection process. By asking these questions in advance, we can reduce the number of potential jurors that we ask to report to the courthouse.