Cannot Serve Jury Duty? 

To serve on a jury you must:

  • Be able to communicate in the English language
  • Be a citizen of the United States, and a resident of the county in which you are to serve as a juror
  • Have had your civil rights restored if you were ever convicted of a felony (see also RCW 29A.08.520 - Felony conviction - Restoration of voting rights)
  • Be at least 18 years of age.
When you complete the 3rd step of the Jury response you will be asked these questions. By answering "NO" to these questions, you will be automatically excused when you go the 4th step. At that point you will not be expected to come in to jury duty. 
  1. Deceased
  2. ADA Accommodation
  3. ASL Interpreter Needed

We are sorry if we have summoned your loved one at this time and we send our condolences.  We will do our best to remove them from our database, but we need your help.  We receive and update our jury data once a year from the State.

To assist in removing your loved one from remaining in the database, please contact both the Driver's License Office and the Voter's Registration Office at the Auditor's Office.

Report a deceased juror from voter registration list:

Report a deceased juror at DOL (Drivers License):

send  a copy of the death certificate by one of the following methods:

  • Email: [email protected]
  • Fax: 360.570.7034
  • Mail:
    Department of Licensing
    PO Box 9030
    Olympia, WA 98507