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What is the jury duty questionnaire and do I have to fill it out?

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March 31, 2024
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March 31, 2024 

What is the jury duty questionnaire and do I have to fill it out?

jury duty questionnaire
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Law Office of Joanna Smykowski, Esq.

Answered:  March 31, 2024

Law Office of Joanna Smykowski, Esq.

Answered: March 31, 2024
Jury duty is one of those things that you’re either very excited about or not so much. It is part of our civic duty and every person above the age of 18 is able to get called for jury duty every few years. Where you get called is tied to where you are registered to vote. The first hint that your turun might be on the horizon is receiving the jury duty questionnaire in the mail. It’s a simple questionnaire that asks a few questions to qualify you for jury duty service. They’ll ask questions about you, your past, and close family members' pasts – such as if you’ve ever been involved in a criminal or civil action – to make sure you won’t have a biased opinion going in. Ignoring the questionnaire does not get you exempt from jury duty, but it could get you in trouble. So, if you receive one, be sure to truthfully fill it out and submit it. You can either mail the questionnaire back or submit it online.
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