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Jury duty

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Jury duty or jury service is service as a juror in a legal proceeding. Contents. [ hide]. 1 Juror selection process; 2 Jurisdictions. 2.1 Australia. 2.1.1 New South ...

Jury Service | United States Courts

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Jury service is one of the most important civic duties you can perform. ... online through the website of the local court that summoned citizens to jury duty.

Jury Duty - Mass.Gov

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One day/one trial system for jurors is explained, with courthouse information and instructions for those summoned for jury duty.

Jury Information - Traverse Juror Handbook - Responsibilities of a ...

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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 ...

Juror Information - Minnesota Judicial Branch - Jurors

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... are required to serve on jury duty in Washington County because ...

Massachusetts Juror Service Website - Jury Duty

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Thank you for visiting the Massachusetts Juror Service Website. Jury duty is a privilege and a responsibility shared by all eligible citizens in our participatory ...

Jury Information - Marathon County

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In a free society that responsibility rests with a jury consisting of an impartial group of our fellow citizens. The courts of our State belong not to the lawyers and the ...

Juror Information - Florida Courts

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Trial by jury is a concept central to American democracy. When you serve as a juror, you are making our democracy stronger. If you have summoned to jury duty  ...

Jury Duty - Azcourts.gov

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Jurors are the heart of the judicial system in the United States. In all serious criminal cases, defendants are entitled to a trial by a jury representative of the ...

Jury Service: Answers to Frequently asked Questions

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State law limits the circumstances for which the court may excuse a person from jury duty. A person has the right to be excused from service if the person submits  ...

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What is the Role of a Jury in a Criminal Case? - FindLaw

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It is then the jury's duty to gather together, discuss the evidence, and, once the necessary consensus is reached, render a verdict of guilty or not guilty in a given  ...

Jury Duty Frequently Asked Questions - Kentucky Court of Justice

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How are jurors selected for service? The Kentucky Court of Justice strives to ensure that as many Kentuckians as possible are available for jury service so that  ...

Washington State Courts - Welcome to Jury Duty

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The following questions and answers will give you a general sense of what to expect when you are summoned for jury duty. For more specific details, visit the ...