PLEASE DO NOT BE LATE IN REPORTING FOR JURY DUTY. Until all jurors are
present, the trial cannot proceed. Once you have been sworn in, you are ...
Jury service is one of the most important civic duties you can perform. ... your
local district court website to fill out a Juror Qualifications Questionnaire online or
Feb 5, 2014 ... The jurors are charged with the responsibility of deciding whether, on the facts of
the case, a person is guilty or not guilty of the offence for ...
Juror's Responsibilities. A JUROR MUST BE PROMPT. A trial cannot begin or
continue unless all jurors are present. Please may every effort to arrive at the ...
The Juror's Role in a Trial ... Citizens selected to sit on a jury will hear either a
criminal or civil case. In a criminal case, a defendant ... Rights and
A jury is a group of people summoned and sworn to decide on the facts in issue
at a trial. The jury is composed of people who represent a cross-section of the ...
JOB DESCRIPTION FOR JURORS. Jury duty is a privilege and a serious
responsibility. As a Teen Court juror, you have the obligation of determining a fair
As a citizen of the United States, you will have the opportunity to serve as a juror
at some point in your life. When you serve as a juror on a grand jury or trial jury, ...
What Kinds of Cases Might I Decide as a Juror? Some court cases are civil
matters and some are criminal matters. Here's a brief description of each: Civil
YOU, as a juror armed with the knowledge of the purpose of a jury trial, and the
knowledge of what your Rights, powers, and duties really are, can with your ...