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 afterward, but they are not paid for travel from their home. Jurors serving a federal court are normally paid $50 per day and a mileage rate for travel. If your circuit allows jurors to donate their service, the juror may irrevocably donate the compensation to one of several specified entities.
 § 40.24, Fla. Stat.
 28 U.S.C. § 1871.