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If any of the following reasons apply and you request to be excused, the Court must grant the request:
The Court will weigh the basis for your excuse against its need for jurors. You must show good cause to the Court why you should be excused under these standards. The Court may deny a request for excuse under (a) or (b) above and require you to serve or defer your jury duty to a later date.
To be “Excused" or “Disqualified", you must respond to your Jury Summons Online by filling out the Juror Response Form.
Following submission of your Online Juror Response Form, you can submit your request for Excusal or Disqualification.
You will receive a letter, text or email message notifying you of the Court's decision.
All requests to be excused or disqualified, must be done online by filling out the Juror Response Form, explaining the nature of the condition, undue hardship, or extreme inconvenience that requires you to be excused. In cases in which you are not excused, we may likely defer your term of service to a date not more than one year from your original summons.
Email (Preferred contact): JAC.Jury@ojd.state.or.usPhone:
541-776-7171, press 1, then press 3Fax: 541-776-7057
541-776-7171, press 1, then press 1
Submit Your Written Request to the Jury Coordinator
Email (Preferred contact): JAC.Jury@ojd.state.or.us
Jury Coordinator Jackson County Circuit Court 100 S. Oakdale Avenue Medford, Oregon 97501-3127
The Jury Coordinator is available by phone Monday through Friday 8am - 12pm and 1pm - 4pm.
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