What will my length of service be?

If you are selected as a trial juror, your service will generally be the length of that trial, which may take between 1 and 5 days, or in some cases longer to complete. If you are not selected as a trial juror, your length of service may also vary between 1 and 5 days. 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 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?