Jurors - Emergency Court Closures
Emergency Court ClosuresIf you were summoned or deferred for petit jury service on a day
that the DC Courts were closed, your name will be returned to the master
list of jurors for random selection at a later time. It will not be necessary to contact the
Court to reschedule your service. Trial jurors and grand jurors must report on the next business day.
- Now that you have received a summons to serve as a juror, you may have some questions. These pages are designed to assist you in obtaining some helpful information regarding what you can expect during your service.To get started, visit the page called Receiving a Summons (the link is at the left side of your screen).
- More information on being summoned >
- Have you recently served as a Superior Court juror? If so, we want to hear from you! Let us know how we’re doing by completing this
- Juror Responsibilities Regarding the Internet and Social Media
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DC Superior Court Jury Plan
A note to the residents of the District of Columbia:
A SECURITY ALERT to the residents of the District of Columbia:D.C. Superior Court Jurors Office staff members do not telephone or text past or prospective jurors for personal information such as Social Security numbers, credit card numbers or bank account information. Please do not provide this information to anyone who might telephone or text you and claim to be associated with the Superior Court. If you have ANY questions or concerns about a call supposedly from this Court's jury office, we strongly suggest that you hang up and call the jury office directly at (202) 879-4604 to check on your jury service status, or go on-line by visiting eJuror. Please see this FBI link regarding identity thieves who pose as court employees.
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