Frequently Asked Questions


  • Please provide proof of new residence i.e., Drivers License. If you are only in Maricopa County part time, you can request a postponement of 60 or 90 days when you return to Maricopa County.
  • If you receive a summons for a deceased person, please reach out to the jury office. You can contact us below via the chat, by email or by phone.
  • 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.
  • It depends on the panel that you are randomly assigned to on your day of service. The average trial last for 3 to 5 days. You will be able to discuss your time availability with the judicial officer during jury selection.
  • No, but please reach out to the Jury Office and let them know of your decision. You can contact us below via the chat, by email or by phone.
  • Please click on the green “Respond to summons” button on the homepage where you can request to postpone your date of service for 60 or 90 days.
  • Please click on the green “Respond to summons” button where you can explain your situation and a judicial officer will review your request.
  • Yes, we have a business center and free Wi-Fi in the Jury Assembly Room.
  • Please reach out to the Jury Office. You can reach the Jury Office by selecting the chat option on the bottom right-hand corner of this screen.
  • Please click on the green “Respond to summons” button where you can explain your situation and a judicial officer will review your request.

For any other questions, feel free to reach out to us via the chat option below or call us directly.

 

Matthew Martin
Jury Administrator
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