How Are People Selected For Jury Duty?

In each county, the clerk of the court selects at random enough juror candidates from driver license lists to fill a jury.[1]  If selected for jury duty, you will receive a notice in the mail. You must appear at the location indicated when notified or contact the clerk of the court if you have a…

Do Jurors Get Paid?

Yes. In Florida state court, jurors who are not employed regularly or who do not continue to be paid their regular wages while serving as a juror are paid $15 per day for the first three days of jury service and $30 per day starting on the fourth day of jury service and each day…

Who Will Be Excused From Jury Duty?

The judge will excuse a governor, lieutenant governor, a cabinet officer, a full-time law enforcement officer, a clerk of the court, or a judge. A judge will also excuse a person who is involved in the case, who is physically incapacitated, or who is being prosecuted for any crime or has been convicted of certain…