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Trials are normally scheduled on Tuesdays through Fridays. The majority of trials are one or two days long. On average, you will be called 2 or 3 times during your term. A small minority of jurors are summoned for grand jury, which serves each day for an entire week in Coos. Grand Jury in Curry serve 2 days each month for 3 months. Once a juror has served as instructed by the court, the juror's obligation is complete for a two-year period.
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. Additional information is also available at Juror Handbook on the Oregon State Bar website.
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