Iuror Summons: VVhen should I call? See details.> Also vvhen does the day's trial end?

Please call after 5PM the evening before to recieve updated instructions on vvhether to report. It's on a monday. Do I call the evening before or Friday? It doesn't state during open hours. VVill there be someone to ansvver or vvill it be an ansvvering machine? VVhen does the "day's vvork" or trial so to speak end. Does it end during office hours or could it be all night? Very late? Also, do iurors have to give an oath? If It is against my beliefs to svvear vvill I be exempt? Note: I am not trying to avoid service.

Asked By: WWJD: What Would Joker Do? - 10/11/2007
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You can call the night before. Sunday. It will have been updated by then to your group. If you have a job, be sure to show them your paper so they will be able to have a standby ready. Let them know you will call as soon as you know... More
Answered By: Carol T - 10/11/2007
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Call right now and tell them that you thought OJ and Robert Blake were Not guilty. That way you will not have to do jury duty.
Answered By: Phil S - 10/11/2007
Is your keyboard missing the "W" or are you just trying to be annoying? By the way, call anytime after 5pm on Friday. You will just hear a recording about the dismissed court cases.
Answered By: shilo9i - 10/11/2007
If the trial is Monday, you will need to call Friday. This is a recording, and it will tell you if you need to show up or not... More
Answered By: trooper3316 - 10/11/2007
These days, during the oath they ask you to "swear or affirm." you would just choose the "affirm" option. Jurors are usually dismissed at the end of the business day or earlier, depending on when the judge wants to end the proceedings for the day.
Answered By: coolshades - 10/11/2007
Call the evening before, as in that Sunday evening. It will likely be an automated message. Every court proceeding ends before 5 p.m., so don't worry, you won't be there all night, unless you're in a jury that's been sequestered, in which case, you'll still leave the courthouse at 5 p.m. or earlier and go to a hotel... More
Answered By: Hillary - 10/12/2007
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