Persons receiving a juror summons from the
Jackson County Clerk of Courts office have been randomly chosen for
the pool of voters prospective Petit and Grand Jurors.
Prospective jurors must immediately complete the
juror questionnaire and return it in the self-addressed, stamped
envelope. All information received will be treated confidentially.
It is important to provide complete information so that the Court
can either qualify you to serve or excuse you from service.
If a prospective juror encounters circumstances,
such as personal emergencies, reasonable accommodations will be made
provided. Special circumstance will be addressed on an individual
basis and should be referred to the Court's Administrative Office at
Please remember to keep your summons
available as a reference. It is important to bring the summons with
you on the first day of service.
If a juror fails to attend and serve a term, without having been
excused, the Court of Common Pleas may impose a fine; direct the
Sheriff to arrest the juror; compel the juror to serve; or find the
juror in contempt in Court.