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Will I be paid for serving as a juror?

You will be paid $15.00 a day beginning on the second day of service, plus $0.34 a mile one way, for mileage. The exception to this is a juror who is employed by a federal, state, or local government entity, or any other public entity as defined in California Code of Civil Procedures Section 481.200, and receives regular compensation and benefits while performing jury service. Jurors who are employed by such entities may not be paid pursuant to California Code of Civil Procedure Sec. 215.

Checks for jury service are computed at the completion of service and are mailed to you at your home address. Checks should be received within a few days after your completed service.

If you are serving on a case and are not required to report for a day or several days, you will not receive jury fees during this time.

Questions regarding jury checks should be directed to jury payroll staff at (213) 830-0498.

For information about California Code for Jury Service, go to the California Legislative Information website.
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