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What is Jury Services?

The Constitution of the United States, along with Sixth and Seventh Amendments guarantee the right to a speedy trial by an impartial jury. The Juror Services Division is dedicated to supporting this right for all persons having matters before the Court by providing a sufficient number of qualified jurors from a cross section of the community for every jury trial. Our mission in Juror Services is to treat jurors with respect and courtesy, utilize juror's time efficiently, and provide jurors with a positive and satisfying experience. Juror confidentiality is important to the Court. Staff respect and help protect the privacy of jurors by ensuring that juror information remains confidential.

This juror site provides basic juror information on preparing for jury service and what to expect while serving, how to complete your jury summons, frequently asked questions, and provides helpful information about the courthouse to which you have been summoned.

You are encouraged to visit our My Jury Duty Web Portal site where you can register for jury duty, request a postponement or an excuse, obtain your reporting instructions, or complete on-line juror orientation. At the end of your jury service, we invite you to return to this site and give us your feedback about your experience as a trial juror for the Los Angeles Superior Court.

More Jury Q&A Topics
Jury Basics
If you received a jury summons
If you need to correct or recover your juror information
If you are a sworn juror
If you need Internet access
If you are assigned to a case
Question while on Jury Duty - For Employees
If you are an employer
Jurors Fees
Excuses
Exemptions, Postponements, & Transfers
Special Accommodations
Civil Grand Jury
Criminal Grand Jury
Art Showcased in
Los Angeles Courthouse Jury Rooms
Artwork
"A Man’s Work" by Pebbla Wallace
2004 – 3rd Place Amateur

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