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TelephoneJury Coordinator: 503.655.8397
HoursMonday through Friday, excluding legal holidays, from 7:30am to 4:30pm
Ralph M. Holman Law Center Jury Assembly Room (2nd Floor)821 Main Street, Room 12 Oregon City, Oregon 97045 Map
Note: the Jury Assembly Room is not located in the Courthouse.
You must call the Jury Recording Line after 5:00 p.m. the night before your term begins to determine if you have been chosen for jury duty. If your number has been chosen, you will need to report the next day for jury orientation and jury selection. The time you are to report will be included on the recording. You do not need to report if your number was not chosen. The Jury Recording Line is 503.655.8397, select Option 3.
The Oregon Legislature sets compensation for jury duty. Unless otherwise provided by the terms of an employment agreement, under ORS 10.061(3), a juror must waive the juror fee if the juror's employer pays the juror a wage or salary for the day(s) of jury service. Jurors are entitled to:
Juror travel expenses for each day of service will be compensated in one of three ways:
You are eligible if:
Please complete the information on the enclosed postcard and return it immediately to confirm your attendance.
Jury Duty is a civic duty of each citizen. If someone fails to respond to jury summons, the court may hold the person in contempt. Similarly, a person who fails to complete jury service without first getting permission from the court may be punished for contempt. If you receive a summons but cannot comply with the summons, you must follow the procedures to be excused or deferred by the court. The steps for requesting to be excused from jury service or to defer your jury service is available on our website on the Deferring Service page or the Request to be Excused page. Additional information is also available at Juror Handbook on the Oregon State Bar website.
When you come to Clackamas County Courthouse on the day your summons directs, you may be selected to serve on a grand jury instead of a jury trial. A grand jury is a special kind of jury that hears evidence in criminal cases and votes on whether there is enough evidence to issue an indictment charging a person with a crime. The Oregon Constitution provides for a grand jury of seven jurors and specifies that grand jurors be selected from the same pool of jurors as those that report for regular jury service.
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