What To Expect
Jurors begin by checking-in at the front desk in the Jury Assembly Center. Orientation begins after check-in and covers everything you'll need to know to get you through the day. Wait time for trials varies; be prepared to wait in our Jury Center or in a location nearby for announcements. Lunch breaks are typically between 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
If you are selected to serve on a jury, trials are typically one to three days. Please plan to be at the Court for the duration of the trial. If all cases are resolved without proceeding to a jury trial, jurors will be excused from service.
Please plan on being at the Court until the end of the day.
What To Wear
Business casual is appropriate for jurors and you may find a sweater or jacket useful, as temperatures vary throughout the Court. Shorts, tank tops, and hats are not appropriate attire.
Uniforms are not permitted including, but not limited to: firefighter, military, security, law enforcement, detention officer, nursing scrubs, EMT, and other easily recognized uniforms. If you report to the Jury Assembly Center wearing a uniform, you will be rescheduled for another date.
Suggested Items That You Are Allowed To Bring
Snacks and/or lunch*
- Laptop computer, phone, and/or tablet
- Work (paperwork and job-related research)
- Other items to pass the time
*You may bring food and beverages from home or a restaurant into the Jury Assembly Center. Just let Security staff know you’re a Juror or show them your Juror badge when entering the building.
What The Court Provides
- FREE Wi-Fi
- Complimentary Coffee
- Refrigerator (for food you bring)
- Vending Machines
- Purified Water
- Limited Electrical Outlets for Charging
- Quiet/Reading Room
- ATM Machine (Court lobby)
- Complimentary Lockers
- Lactation Room
Main Assembly Room
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