If you have received a Questionnaire of Prospective Juror from the Superior Court, and would like to complete it on-line at our new and improved website, please
Once you have submitted your online questionnaire, it will be sent to jury personnel for processing. Based on the responses you have given, you will either be qualified or disqualified. You do not need to do anything after you submit your questionnaire unless you are submitting documentation for excusal. If you are selected for jury service, you will receive a Summons in the mail directing you when and where to appear. This may not be right away; it could be a few months before you are summoned.
Once you are summoned, you will need to appear as directed. When you arrive, you will check in with the jury clerk and wait in the jury assembly room until called into court. The jury clerk will provide you with information and answer any questions you may have. When you go into the courtroom, you will be asked a series of questions regarding your ability to serve as a juror. Based on your responses, the court may empanel you as a juror or excuse you. If a jury trial cancels, your name will go back in the jury pool and you may receive another summons.
Once you have appeared for a jury trial and completed the jury selection process in full, your jury service is fulfilled. Whether you serve on a jury panel or the Judge excuses you, your service is complete with us for two (2) years.
Take a quick quiz to test how much you know about the importance of being a juror.
***Important*** Occasionally, and sometimes often, trials do cancel or get postponed. It is your responsibility as a summoned juror to keep yourself updated as to the status of the trial.This can be done by calling either one of the phone numbers on your summons or checking this website.If you appear for a trial that has cancelled or postponed, you will not be reimbursed for mileage and you will be re-summoned in the future.
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WARNING: Court personnel will not call you asking for any personal information, such as your Social Security Number, Date of Birth or Drivers License information. Should you receive a call from someone claiming to be from the Court asking for this information, please do not give this information out over the phone.
PUBLIC NOTICE: Jury Scams: Victims of a jury scam get an e-mail containing a fake subpoena ordering recipients to testify before a grand jury, complete with seemingly genuine details like your name, a case number and court seal. However, the e-mails contain malware that can destroy a computer. Another version of a scam involves a phone call in which the caller claims to be a jury coordinator and intimidates victims into revealing personal information. Please retain personal information as the Mohave County Jury Clerk will not be requesting this type of sensitive data over a phone call.