What can I expect if I am required to report?

An orientation will be provided advising you of the jury selection procedure. You may also view the orientation video. If you go into a courtroom for jury selection you will be told about the length of the trial. Any conflicts that you may have will be addressed during the jury selection.

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1. Where does the Jury Selection Commission obtain the name of prospective jurors?
2. What can I expect if I am required to report?
3. How long does jury service usually last if I am selected?
4. Is jury service mandatory?
5. What time will I arrive and leave?
6. What should I wear to jury service?
7. What can I bring with me to jury service?
8. What happens if a person ignores a summons to jury service?
9. Is there an exemption due to my age?
10. What about getting a postponement?
11. If I have a mental or physical infirmity what verification is required in order to be excused or postponed?
12. I have a mental/physical infirmity and require accommodations under the American with Disability Act (ADA). What should I do?
13. Can my service animal accompany me to jury duty?
14. If I request an exemption, how will I know it was granted?
15. Does my employer have to pay me while I am serving?
16. Can my employer fire me for performing jury service?
17. I am unable to judge anyone because of my moral or religious beliefs. May I be excused?
18. I know that I will not be selected to be on a jury because of what I do for a living. Why not excuse me now and save time?
19. How do I know if I am a regular juror or a standby juror?
20. Where do I park when I report for jury service?
21. What if I have an emergency on the day I am to report?
22. What happens if there is inclement weather on the day that I am required to report?
23. Who do I call to find out additional information?
24. I have appeared for jury service within the last 3 years but I have lost my documentation what should I do?