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  2. U.S. Courts, District of Idaho

    www.id.uscourts.gov/district/jury/Welcome.cfm

    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 common effort, put into practice the principles of our great heritage of freedom.

  3. Jurors who are required to report to the courthouse for jury selection will go through juror orientation and will be taken to the courtroom where the trial will take place. The judge and the attorneys then ask the potential jurors questions to determine their suitability to serve on the jury, a process called voir dire.

  4. Jurors deadlocked in case of pro-life activist facing 11 ...

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    US Published January 29, 2023 1:12pm EST Jurors deadlocked in case of pro-life activist facing 11 years for allegedly pushing abortion clinic volunteer Mark Houck was arrested by the FBI at his...

  5. Stauch hearing sets trial timeline, juror expectations

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    Starting March 20, a jury selection process will begin. Judge Werner said he aims to bring in seven to ten qualified jurors a day between a span of 11 to 15 days for a total of 110 jurors. He ...

  6. U.S. Courts, District of Idaho

    www.id.uscourts.gov/district/jury/Check_your...

    The AJIS telephone number is 1-800-699-9840. You will be asked to provide your nine 9-digit juror participant number which is located above Step 1 on your jury summons. Your 9-digit juror participant number is located above Step 1 on your jury summons. If you do not have your summons, please contact jury staff at the location you have been ...

  7. Jury Duty - What to expect - Baltimore County

    www.baltimorecountymd.gov/.../jury-duty

    Guidelines for Jury Service Proper Attire Required —Masks are optional for jurors and staff. Shorts, flip flops, sweatpants, athletic wear and... Lunch —The Legion does not have vending machines, but you are welcome to bring food and beverages with you. Lunch times... Parking —Remember to bring your ...

  8. Jurors | District of Columbia Courts

    www.dccourts.gov/jurors

    Jury service is a fundamental pillar of the justice system. More than 400 residents in the District are called to serve as jurors each week, thus ensuring that justice is carried out. These pages provide helpful information on what to expect during jury service.To get started, see Receiving a Summons below.

  9. Jury Duty | Lee County Clerk of Court, FL

    www.leeclerk.org/departments/courts/jury-duty

    Employers may require proof of your participation of jury service. The Court provides you, upon request, a Certificate of Jury Service that identifies the date(s) you served anytime after you have completed your service. You may also use our on-line Juror Website to download your Certificate of Jury Service. To receive your work certificate, you will need your Juror ID number located below the barcode on your summons, and your date of birth to access the system.

  10. Current Jurors | 19th Judicial Circuit Court, IL

    19thcircuitcourt.state.il.us/1466

    Call Jury Services for information regarding handicapped parking: 847-377-4600. From the juror parking lot, walk one block north on Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue, turn right on Washington Street, and the closest entrance is on your right. Free WiFi access is provided in the Jury Assembly Room. Feel free to bring laptops, tablets, and cell phones.

  11. Colorado Judicial Branch - Juror Service Certificate

    www.courts.state.co.us/Jury/JurorCert.cfm

    Last Name (Required) Court Location (Required) Juror Reporting Date (Required) EMPLOYERS SEEKING EMPLOYEE JURY INFORMATION. The Electronic Jury Service Certificate identifies the number of days an employee appeared for jury duty. The employee must provide the following information exactly as it appears on their jury summons to the employer: Juror number.