Jury Duty Information

Jury Duty Schedule

Find out if you need to report for jury duty by viewing the Jury Duty Calendar.

Jury System

Find out how the Jury System works in Riley County.

Jury Duty Information

A Handbook for Trial Jurors and Jury Duty information you need to know if you are asked to report for Jury Duty.

Special (COVID-19) note: A juror’s safety and well-being are important to the Court.  The State and County have loosened certain restrictions resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.  Nonetheless, the Court, in consultation with the County Health Director, continues to utilize numerous safety measures.  This includes, but is not limited to:  utilizing screening questions upon entry to the Riley County Courthouse and any off-site locations where the jury trial may be relocated, so that adequate and physical spacing of at least six (6) feet can be maintained between persons.  Jurors are encouraged to bring their own masks, as a mask will have to be worn at all times, but PPE supplies will also be made available.  The Court understands that all citizens may have some level of caution in these times.  If a juror has health characteristics that cause them to have an extraordinary health risk or if there is a need for ADA accommodations, please call Pam Clark, Jury Coordinator, at (785) 565-6662.  Likewise, if a juror has a conflict, and cannot appear on the summoned  trial date or during the expected days of trial, please contact the Jury Coordinator immediately.  Do not delay, or wait until the day of the jury trial to advise.