Jury Duty

Jury Duty

 

The Jury Commission is not part of the Circuit Clerk's office.

 

     Trial by jury is a fundamental principle of our system of justice.

     The United States Constitution guarantees all people, regardless of

     race, religion, sex, national origin, or economic status the right to trial

     by an impartial jury of one’s peers.

     We need those summoned to participate in the jury process to

     ensure every citizen’s right to have their case decided by an

     impartial jury selected from a representative pool of prospective jurors.

 

Juror Bill Of Rights

Jury Frequently Asked Questions

 

 

The following is what to expect
when reporting for jury duty:

 

          The average length of a jury trial is usually two to three days

          depending on the type of case.

          You may not bring NEWSPAPERS, VIDEO AND AUDIO RECORDERS,

          OR CAMERAS.

          If selected to serve on a jury, you cannot use nor have a cell

          phone during the time you are serving as a juror.

          Dress comfortably but properly for a courtroom setting.

          Free parking is located in the county lot located on 9th & Adams.

          You must get your ticket validated at the Jury Commission.

          You will receive $15.00 a day plus 10 cents a mile, round trip

          according to your zip code.

          Payment is mailed to your home typically ten to fourteen working days

          after the completion of your jury service.

          You may not be terminated or penalized for serving on a jury.

          The only person able to excuse you from jury service is the judge.

          For any special accommodations, please contact the

          Jury Commission Coordinator's office at 217-753-6715.

 

(217) 747-5177 Jury Instruction Line

 

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Juror Login

 

Michelle Lomelino, Jury Commission Coordinator
Linda Bolash, Jury Commission Clerk
Located on the 4th floor - Room 404
Phone: (217) 753-6715

 

The Circuit Clerk Lookup System may be
unavailable periodically for maintenance.


All fees collected by the Circuit Clerk are mandated by law.

Main Phone

217 753-6674


circuitclerk@co.sangamon.il.us


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