I received a Jury Questionnaire, does this mean I have to report for jury duty?
No, not at this time. The Jury Questionnaire begins the screening process for prospective jurors. After the court reviews your questionnaire response, you may be selected for jury duty during the upcoming calendar year. You are only required to report to court if you receive a summons for Jury Duty.

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1. What is a Jury Questionnaire and why did I receive it?
2. Do I have to respond to the questionnaire?
3. Is the information supplied on the questionnaire really confidential?
4. I received a Jury Questionnaire, does this mean I have to report for jury duty?
5. I received a questionnaire last year and responded that I was either not qualified or I asked to be exempt from service. Why did I receive another questionnaire?
6. I received 2 questionnaires, what should I do?
7. The questionnaire was sent to a family member who is deceased, what should I do?
8. I am unable to complete the questionnaire because of ill health or other physical or mental limitation, what should I do?
9. The questionnaire is addressed to my son/daughter who is away at college, what should I do?
10. The party whose name is on the questionnaire doesn't live at this address, what should I do?
11. What if I lose or damage my questionnaire?
12. How was I selected for jury duty?
13. How long should I expect to serve on jury duty?
14. I am the sole proprietor of a business and lose money when I am called for service, why can I not be excused?
15. I have no transportation to the courthouse for jury duty, what should I do?
16. I am a stay-at-home parent with children that are not yet in school, can I be excused?
17. I am a caregiver to a disabled person, can I be excused?
18. Can my employer penalize me because I report for jury duty? Does my employer have to pay me regular wages when I am performing jury service?
19. I am in the miliary, on active duty, do I have to serve jury duty?
20. I have already served jury duty, can I be called to serve again?
21. Is a DUI (driving under the influence) considered a felony?