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Can I donate my juror fees?

Jurors are allowed to donate their juror fees and/or mileage to one of the programs we have available:


Program Name Description
CASA (formerly known as the Friends of the Child Advocates) Each month in Los Angeles County, more than 800 hurt, frightened and confused children enter the Dependency Court, or the foster care system. These are children who have been removed from their parent’s custody because of severe abuse, neglect or abandonment. The mission of CASA is to improve the lives of these children through trained, dedicated, and effective volunteer advocates who are professionally supported by an experienced staff. The money donated to this program goes to a private, not-for-profit corporation. CASA’s goals are to provide maximum protection and representation of dependent children of the court. CASA volunteers work one-on-one with abused, neglected or exploited children, ensuring that the child’s voice is heard.
Juror Facilities Improvement Fund This is a fund that helps improve all jury assembly rooms throughout Los Angeles County. The money donated to this fund will be applied to costs that are incurred in refurbishing the court’s jury assembly rooms.
Juror Services Enrichment Fund The money donated to this fund will be used to help improve the overall experience of jury service in Los Angeles County through a wide range of efforts including but not limited to facility, emergency, education and jury appreciation programs.

Please consider waiving your fees or mileage to one of these programs. Staffs in the assembly rooms have the appropriate form to complete.

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