What is the role of the Jury Coordinator?

The Jury Coordinator is responsible for the assemblage of juries for the circuit courts. This responsibility includes:

  • the summoning and tracking of jurors
  • acting as a liaison between the court and prospective jurors in an effort to avoid the imposition of any undue hardships on the jurors, but at the same time ensuring that jurors are available to serve as needed by the court
  • maintaining juror records
  • processing juror payrolls

For orientation, the Jury Coordinator will offer a brief presentation answering any questions prospective jurors may have prior to the commencement of their service.

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1. What is the role of the Jury Coordinator?
2. Where is the Jury Coordinator located?
3. Who can serve?
4. Where can I receive general information?
5. How did I get selected for jury duty?
6. Do I still need to report?
7. How long will I be there?
8. Is everyone required to serve?
9. May I be excused for personal reasons?
10. Will I get paid?
11. Where do I park?
12. What type of clothing is appropriate?
13. What do I do if I need special accommodations?
14. What is a petit jury?
15. What is a grand jury?
16. What is a coroner's jury?