The United States Constitution and the Arizona State Constitution guarantee the right to trial by jury. All Maricopa County residents are obligated by state law to serve as a juror, unless excused. Being on a jury is a rewarding experience, and your participation is appreciated. Thank you for serving your community.
This site has been designed to help you answer any questions you may have regarding your jury service.
Responding to your Summons
You've just received a jury service postcard in the mail. What's next? You need to inform the Jury Office of your intention to serve as a juror.
Prepare for Jury Duty
Once the date for your jury service has been determined, your next step is to prepare for your visit to the court. We have location and parking information, court hours of operation, accessibility, security, and facilities information to help you best plan your time with us.
Learn more about preparing for jury duty.
Selected to Serve
If you are chosen to serve on a Jury, you will be escorted from the jury assembly room to a courtroom by court staff. Once seated in the courtroom, you will be asked to take an oath to truthfully answer all questions regarding your qualifications to serve as a juror.
Learn more about serving on a jury.
Your jury service is complete after you have served on a trial, or when you have appeared at the court for jury service and was not selected for a jury on the first day. Once you have completed your jury service, you can login in to the eJuror system and print your Attendance Letter. This letter serves as your proof of service.
Individuals who serve on a jury receive compensation for their time of service and travel.
Learn more about juror compensation.
Juror Selection Process
Citizens have a legal duty to serve as jurors in their respective jurisdictions. Learn more about this important right and the jury selection process used by Maricopa County.
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