- Fill In The Form.
- Write Your Juror Number On The Top Right-hand Corner Of The Form.
- Sign The Form.
- Have The Form Notarized.
- ALL MEDICAL EXEMPTIONS MUST INCLUDE A LETTER OR STATEMENT FROM YOUR DOCTOR STATING AS TO WHY YOU ARE UNABLE TO SERVE AS A JUROR.
- Return both the medical affidavit AND the doctor's statement via Fax-(281) 238-3337; e-Mail email@example.com;- District Clerk, Attn: Jury Department, 301 Jackson Street, Richmond, Texas 77469 or in person at 1422 Eugene Heimann Circle Room 31004, Richmond Texas 77469.
Inability To Comprehend English
- The form must be translated and filled out by someone who understands and writes in the English language.
- The translator must fill in the form.
- Write your juror number on the top right-hand corner of the form.
- The translator must sign and print their name on the form.
- The form must be notarized.
- Return the language affidavit via Fax-(281) 238-3337; e-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org;- District Clerk, Attn: Jury Department, 301 Jackson Street, Richmond, Texas 77469 or in person at 1422 Eugene Heimann Circle Room 31004, Richmond Texas 77469.
Statutory Exemptions for Petit Jurors
- 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 jury service in this county and you have served as a petit juror in the county during the three-year period prior to the date you are required to appear by this document.
- 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.
Disqualifications for Petit Jurors
To be qualified to serve as a juror you must:
- Be least 18 years of age.
- Be a citizen of the United States. (Ser ciudadano de Los Estados Unidos.)
- Be a resident of this state and a resident of the county in which you are to serve as a juror.
- Be qualified under the Constitution and laws to vote in the county in which you are to serve as a juror. (Note: You do not have to be registered to vote to be qualified to vote.)
- Be of sound mind and good moral character.
- Be able to read and write.
- Not have served as a juror for six days during the preceding three months in the county court or during the preceding six months in the district court.
- Not have been convicted of misdemeanor theft or a felony.
- Not be under indictment or other legal accusation for misdemeanor theft or a felony.
Do you have any questions? Call 281-344-3900 or email email@example.com.
** Please provide us your juror number when responding by e-mail. **