The right to a
trial by jury is the privilege of every person in the United States, whether that person
is a citizen or not. This right is guaranteed by both the U.S. and
allow two or more parties to settle disputes, are decided by a judge alone
or decided by a jury. The role of the jury is to make an impartial decision
based on information presented during the criminal or civil trial.
information, see the
JURY DUTY IN UKIAH FOR MONDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2014
GROUPS 2513 THROUGH 3016 you DO need to appear on Monday, December 1st, in the Jury Assembly Room, Room 1, in Ukiah.
Bring your ENTIRE summons (excluding the Parking Pass), COMPLETED and SIGNED, with you.
GROUPS 3017 through 3027
You will need to check this message Monday evening, after 5 p.m., or call 463-4663, to see if you need to appear on Tuesday, December 2nd, for service.
THANK YOU AND HAVE A LOVELY THANKSGIVING.
NO ELECTRONICS IN THE COURTROOM
Pursuant to CCP § 613
Use of electronic devices is allowed
while you are waiting, however, cell phones, laptops, tables, and other
electronic devices must be powered off before you enter the courtroom.
Should you be selected to serve on a jury, you will not be allowed to
bring any electronic device into the deliberation room with you.