How a Jury is Selected

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Jurors are chosen through a random selection process of persons whose names appear on the current voter registration list or a combination of voter registration and driver’s license listings. The judge may schedule an orientation to acquaint you with the system and to assign you to a particular service group, called a panel. When a jury trial is essential, the court is required to notify a specific number of jurors. The court will direct your panel to appear in court at a designated time and place for the trial.

Important: The information on this website is not intended to take the place of the instructions given by the judge in any case.  Should you see a conflict, the trial judge's instructions will prevail.

Note: The pronouns, he, him, his, refer to both the male and female gender.