Due to the current health crisis, Pierce County Superior Court Jury Duty has been . All jurors with Blue Post Cards before July 3rd have been released from their Jury commitment at this time.
If you receive a Blue Post Card (jury notification) for jury service summons dates starting July 6th or later, please respond as if you plan on coming or if you need to be excused. All reasons are found in Additional Jury Information under Postponement & Acceptable Excuses.
If you would like to postpone to a later date, please contact Jury Administration at email@example.com.
Please check the website for the latest updates.
Click here for a printable version of the Jury Pamphlet Use our online Legal Information Network Exchange (LINX) system to login as a juror in Pierce County to learn more about your juror status and responsibilities.
You will be paid $10 plus the state wide accepted mileage per day of jury duty.
Pierce County Juror Phone Scam
Pierce County residents have received calls demanding a fine by claiming the resident missed jury duty. The caller(s) claimed to be a employee with the sheriff's office and demanded as much as $1,000. Pierce County does not call to demand a penalty for failure to appear for Jury duty, so if you receive a call like this contact your local law enforcement agency or The Pierce County Sheriff's Department at (253) 798-4722.
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Here is a list of other Courts located in Pierce County:
Auburn Municipal-South Division
Pacific/Algona Municipal Court
Eatonville Municipal Court
Orting Municipal Court
Buckley Municipal Court
Puyallup Municipal Court
Milton Municipal Court
Fircrest Municipal Court
Lakewood Municipal Court
Fife Municipal Court
Sumner Municipal Court
US District Court