For "Class C Misdemeanor" offenses the initial punishment assessed does not include jail time.
Qualification Questionnaire. What if I can't be there? To complete the Juror Form online, select the Juror Form link, otherwise mail the completed form in the postage-paid envelope we sent you.
If you need additional information, please phone the jury section at Our office hours are Monday through Friday from a. How long do I serve?
You may request to be exempted or excused from service or to have your service postponed. Where do I report?
An elected official actively engaged in the performance of official duties. Do I reside in the Laredo Division? You can either select the Postponement or Excuse Request link above or put your request in writing.
Person for whom the jury service would cause undue hardship or extreme inconvenience. Certificate of Attendance. You must appear unless you are notified that the Court has granted your request.
Exemptions The Court may exempt you from service if you are: A member in active service of the armed services of the United States. Any request for postponement must show why the delay is unavoidable.
A member of a fire or police department. Postponement or Excuse Request. To confirm whether you need to report on your service date, select the Reporting Instructions link or call 1 after p.
A United States treasury check will be issued and you should receive it within 30 days. Juror Information Form. Have your nine-digit participant available. The Court may postpone your jury service.
Reporting Instructions. You will be paid at the end of your jury service.
The message will give you specific reporting instructions. If you are told to report and you are selected as a juror, your service ends when the trial ends.
Excuses The Court may excuse you from jury service if you are a: Person not employed outside the home, having active care and custody of under the age of ten whose health or safety would be jeopardized by their absence for jury service; or a person who is essential to the care of the aged or infirm persons and who is not employed outside the home; Person who have served as a grand or petit juror in federal court within the past two years; Person over seventy years of age; Member of a federal law enforcement agency Postal Inspector, FBI, Customs Inspector, etc.