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Jury Coordinator
Zack Bradshaw


Wallowa County Circuit Court
101 S River Street
Enterprise, Oregon 9782850


Jurors in a jury box

Jury Response

If you have received a jury summons and wish to respond online click on the button below to fill out the Online Juror Response Form.

 Fill Out Online Juror Response Form 

Jury Check-In

If you are currently serving as a juror, please review the Online Jury Call Numbers below regarding important jury service dates. If you are required to appear for any of these dates you will be contacted by the Jury Coordinator. 

View Online Jury Call Numbers

Term of Service

Your term of service is three months. In a three-month period the average service is 1-2 trials. It is important that you complete the juror response form as instructed in your summons. Due to not having orientations in-person at this time, we ask that you review all of the Juror Orientation material found below prior to your term of service. To avoid having to complete the certification and waiver form on the day of a trial, we also encourage you to complete this form and return it to the court as soon as possible. This form can be submitted in person, by mail or by emailing it to


You must be a United States Citizen, a resident of Wallowa County and 18 years or older. You are also not eligible to serve if you have served as juror in this state in the last 24 months or are currently serving a jail or prison term due to a felony. If you are not eligible for any of these reasons please check the appropriate box on your juror response form and return it to the court to be excused.

Requests to be excused or deferred

If you are 70 years of age or older or currently breast feeding a child, mark the appropriate box on the juror response form and you will be excused. All other requests to be excused must be detailed and in writing. In most cases you will not be excused, but we may defer your term of service. Requests to be deferred may be granted one time not to exceed one year from the date of your original summons. We will notify you by mail whether your request has been granted or denied.

Failure to Respond

Jury duty is a civic duty of each citizen. Failure to respond to the jury summons may result in Contempt of Court.

Orientation Material