Jury Service

                                          All Jurors summoned for State Court for
                                              Monday, June 20, 2022 at 9:00 a.m.
                                              are required to appear at this time. 

                                 Please refer back to this website after 6:00 p.m. on
                                     Friday, June 17, 2022 for further instructions. 
 
                                You may also contact 912-554-7330 after 6:00 p.m. on
               Friday, June 17, 2022 and listen to the recording for further instructions.
                      Please do not leave a message on that number, as it is not checked.

                          
                     

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.

 

CLERK OF STATE COURT

Juror Services Reporting Instructions
 

   
* IF YOU RECEIVED A JURY SUMMONS FROM THE CLERK OF SUPERIOR COURT, YOU MUST CONTACT THEM AT  (912) 554.7272.
  
STATE COURT JURY SERVICE INFORMATION:

  

Frequently asked questions
 

Can I bring my child/children with me? 
    The courthouse does not have child care facilities and children are not allowed in the courtrooms, so jurors need to make arrangements for childcare prior to the morning of juror service. 

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.