What should I do if I receive a jury summons in the mail?

You have just received your Blue Post Card and you need to respond as soon as you can. We need to know if you are planning on coming or not.  Here are 2 ways to respond:

WEB – to let us know I if you are coming or not. Log in, with your badge number and your date of birth. Go through all 4 steps. The last step has several choices. Look this page over carefully if you are needing to be excused.

Phone line – to accept only. 

If you have responded and are planning on coming, we will send you a red and white summons with your group number and parking information. You will be expected to start check our web site “Next Day Call In”  the Friday before your report date and listen for instructions for your group number. 

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1. How was I selected for jury duty?
2. What should I do if I receive a jury summons in the mail?
3. The person who received the summons is deceased, how do I remove them from your list?
4. What if I cannot serve as a juror and need to be Postponed, Excused or am Not Qualified due to living outside of Pierce County, felon, language, or citizenship?
5. What should I bring with me when I report for jury duty?
6. What should I wear for jury duty?
7. How long will I serve?
8. Do I get paid for jury duty?
9. Where do I park when I report for jury duty?
10. Where do I report and what happens?
11. Is security provided?
12. How long will I be at the courthouse?
13. How will I know if I have been excused, deferred or disqualified from jury duty?
14. What happens if I don't report for jury duty?
15. Will I serve on civil or criminal trials?
16. Can I be late?
17. Will my employer fire me if I serve as a juror?
18. What if my employer wants proof that I was serving on jury duty?
19. Can I smoke?
20. How can my family reach me in case of an emergency?
21. Will I be locked in a hotel during the trial?
22. Where do I have lunch?
23. Can I volunteer for jury duty?