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  2. Jury Service | United States Courts

    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

  3. Welcome to jury service in South Dakota. Jury service plays an essential role in our system of justice -- the right to a trial by a jury made up of persons representing a fair cross-section of the community. Along with our voting privilege, jury service is one of the most important duties of citizenship, and one we hope you will accept with pride.

  4. eJuror : Login Page - United States Courts

    This is the eJuror log in page for the United States District Court. Please be sure your Juror Qualification Questionnaire or Summons is for the Federal Court. In order to log into eJuror, please enter the following identifying information located on your form.

  5. eJuror : Login Page - United States Courts

    Jurors who live 80 miles or more (one-way) from the courthouse must check after 11:00 a.m. the day before they are to report. It is important to check your reporting instructions because not all jurors will be required to report.If you need a Certificate of Jury Service, please login.

  6. Us Juror News

    • US jury orders former Haiti mayor to pay $15.5m for rights abuses

      US jury orders former Haiti mayor to pay $15.5m for rights abuses

      Al Jazeera English on MSN.com17 hours ago

      A federal jury in the United States has ordered a former Haitian mayor to pay more than $15.5...

    • What is a US grand jury?

      What is a US grand jury?

      YAHOO!News4 days ago

      Mr Cohen and two ex-aides are among those understood to have testified in front of a grand jury in New York. But how exactly does this system work? A grand jury is set up by a prosecutor to determine whether there is enough evidence to pursue a prosecution.

  7. Jurors perform a vital role in the American system of justice. The protection of our rights and liberties is largely achieved through the teamwork of judge and jury who, working together in a common effort, put into practice the principles of our great heritage of freedom.

  8. Juries in the United States - Wikipedia

    The American system utilizes three types of juries: Investigative grand juries, charged with determining whether enough evidence exists to warrant a criminal indictment; petit juries (also known as a trial jury), [2] which listen to the evidence presented during the course of a criminal trial and are charged with determining the guilt or …

  9. The Clerk maintains a qualified jury wheel of all persons drawn from the master jury wheel who are determined to be qualified as jurors. Names are selected at random using an automated jury management program. This notice is provided pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1864 and 28 U.S.C. § 1866.