The Statutory Exemptions from Jury Duty Are as Follows
- You are over 70 years of age
- You are over 70 years of age and claim a permanent exemption
- You have legal custody of a child or children younger than 12 years of age and service on the jury would require leaving the child or children without adequate supervision
- You are a student of a public or private high school
- You are enrolled and attend college
- You are an officer or employee of the senate, the house of representatives, or any department, commission, board, office or other agency in the legislative branch of state government
- You are the primary caretaker of a person who is an invalid unable to care for himself or herself (This exemption does not apply to health care workers.)
- You have been summoned for service in a county with a population of at least 250,000 and you have served as a petit juror in the county during the three-year period proceeding the date you are to appear for jury service.
- You are a member of the United States military forces serving on active duty and deployed to a location away from your home station and out of your county of residence.
You may not serve on a petit jury, unless you are:
- At least 18 years of age
- Of sound mind and good moral character
- Able to read and write
- A citizen of the state and county in which you are to serve as a juror, qualified to vote in the county in which you are to serve as a juror
You may not serve on a petit jury if you:
- Have served as a juror for six days during the preceding six months in District Court, or the preceding three months in County court or Justice courts.
- Have been convicted of a felony.
- Are under indictment or other legal accusation of a misdemeanor theft, felony theft or any other felony
- Are not a citizen of the United States (No soy ciudadano de Los Estados Unidos).
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