What will my length of jury service be?

If you are selected as a trial juror, your service will generally be the length of that trial, which may take between one and five days, or in some cases longer to complete. If you are not selected as a trial juror, your length of service may also vary depending on the case. There may be circumstances where your jury selection may be for a future trial date. The normal working hours of the courts are 8:30 AM until 4:30 PM. However, if you are selected on a trial you may stay later than 4:30 PM.

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1. How was I selected for jury duty?
2. Where can I park for juror duty?
3. Will I have a lunch break? What options are available for lunch?
4. Is there an exemption due to age?
5. How is a jury selected?
6. What if my employer doesn't allow me to serve?
7. Is my employer required to pay me while I serve as a juror?
8. What is the frequency of Juror Service?
9. Where do I report for jury duty once I arrive at the Courthouse?
10. What will my length of jury service be?
11. How will I be compensated for my service?
12. What happens if a person ignores a summons or fails to report for jury service?
13. Am I able to postpone my service date?
14. What if I need to be excused from my jury duty service?
15. What if there is an emergency on the date of my service?