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Who can be on the Grand Jury?

By law a citizen eighteen years of age or older who has been a resident of Los Angeles County for one year immediately prior to being selected, who is a person of ordinary intelligence and of good character, and who possesses sufficient knowledge of the English language is qualified to be a candidate.

A person is not competent to act as a grand juror if any of the following apply:


  • The person is currently serving as a trial juror
  • The person has been discharged as a grand juror in any court within one year
  • The person has been convicted of misconduct in public office or any felony or any other high crime
  • The person is serving as an elected public official
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If you need to correct or recover your juror information
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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
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Artwork
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