What hours will I serve?
You should report to the court at the date and time shown on your jury summons. At that time, you will be told the procedure for reporting to the court for the rest of the term and the court's normal business hours. On days you report for jury service, you can expect to be at the court during normal hours. If not selected for a jury, you may be able to leave early. Jurors will be given a lunch break and may be given other breaks during a trial. On occasion, a trial will continue beyond the court's normal working hours. If this happens, you may need to arrange your schedule to allow you to stay longer.

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1. How was I chosen for jury service?
2. Do I have to respond to the summons to jury service?
3. What if I can't perform jury services right now?
4. What about my job?
5. Will I be reimbursed for serving on a jury?
6. How long will I be in jury service?
7. What if an unexpected emergency keeps me from coming to the courthouse while I'm on a jury?
8. How will I know what to expect and what to do during my jury service?
9. What hours will I serve?
10. I have heard sometimes jurors are not allowed to go home until after the trial is over. Will this happen to me?
11. Is there anything I can do to make my jury service more comfortable, convenient and enjoyable?