CLERK OF STATE COURT
Juror Services Reporting Instructions
SCAM ALERT INVOLVING PRE-PAID DEBIT CARDS
The Clerk of State Court's office will NOT have anyone call you in regards to an outstanding warrant, nor ask you for pre-paid debit cards to pay for missing jury duty. This is a SCAM. If you have any questions as to a validity of a claim, please contact the Clerk of State Court's office @ 912-554-7325 PRIOR to submitting any funds.
September 26th, 2016 are Excused.
You do NOT need to appear.
STATE COURT JURY SERVICE INFORMATION:
The jurors summoned for State Court for Monday,
October 17th, 2016 are required to appear at this time.
Please check back after 6:00 p.m. on
Friday, October 14th, 2016 for further instructions.
* IF YOU RECEIVED A JURY SUMMONS FROM THE CLERK OF SUPERIOR COURT,
YOU MUST CONTACT THEM AT (912) 554.7272.
Can I bring my child/children with me?
Frequently asked questions
Will I be paid for being a juror?
Yes. You will receive a check for $30.00 for the first day and each day afterwards, if you are selected to be a juror for a trial.
I lost my summons for juror service. What should I do?
Please contact the office at (912) 554.7325 as soon as possible, so that a deputy clerk can verify which date and which court you are summoned for.
- Why is jury service important?
The United States Constitution and the Georgia Constitution guarantee all people, regardless of race, religion, sex, national origin, or economic status, the right to a trial by a jury.
- What is my duty as a juror?
As a juror, you must remain fair and impartial.
- Who can be excused from jury service?
For State Court Jury Service: You may inquire as to an excusal or deferral by contacting the Judge of State Court's office @ 912-554-7352. Mail documentation in reference to excusal or deferral to Judge of State Court, 701 H Street, Suite 105, Brunswick, Georgia 31520.
- Where do I report for jury service?
Please report no later than 8:45 a.m. on the day of your jury service to the State Court Courtroom, located in the New Glynn County Courthouse on the 1st floor.