Friday, April 20, 2018
Jury Service


Serving as jurors reminds us that these ideals exist only as long as individual citizens are willing to uphold them. Picture yourself or your child accused of a crime—you would want a jury of your peers to make this important decision rather than a jury of only one segment of the community.

In my experience, jurors who are selected to serve on a jury usually report that they enjoyed being a part of the process and that they learned a great deal in sitting as jurors. They find it uplifting to be a part of deliberations with fellow citizens to reach a just result.

Welcome to the Mendocino County Superior Court and thank you for serving as a juror.

Reporting For Service

Confirm Your Appearance

(707) 463-4663

(707) 961-6288

Enter your Juror ID number (it's printed on your summons) and Date of Birth to hear if you are required to appear.


Click the Access Now button below to check your reporting status using our On-line Juror Self Service system, or call either number above after 5:00pm of the business day before you are scheduled to report to learn whether you must appear for jury service as scheduled, and at what time to appear. If scheduled for service on a Monday, you may call any time after 5:00pm starting on the Friday before this date.

On-Line Juror Self Service

Use our Self Service system to check your status, postpone service, request to be excused or disqualified from service, print a Certification of Jury Service, and more...

Online Reporting Status 

contact the Jury Office


(707) 463-4663
(707) 961-6288

Fax: (707) 468-3458

Jury Services Office

Located in the Ukiah Courthouse

100 North State Street, Room G-1
Ukiah, CA 95482


Jury Scam Alert

The Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office has received reports of citizens being contacted by someone purporting to be from the Sheriff’s Office informing them that they have a warrant for their arrest for missing jury duty. This is a scam – if you are contacted please report it to law enforcement.



  Ideals Made Real - California's
  Juror Orientation Video

Ignoring your Summons

If you choose to ignore your summons, you may be ordered to appear at the courthouse to explain to a judge why you should not be held in "contempt of court" for failing to appear or reschedule your service.

Contempt of Court is punishable by a fine of up to $1,500, incarceration, or both.


Clean Air Policy

The Superior Court of California, County of Mendocino, has a Clean Air policy. Please refrain from using colognes, perfumes, lotions, fragrance oils, hair spray, or other applications that may trigger allergic reactions in others.

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