What happens when I report for jury duty?
After you are checked in, you will have a seat in the Jury Room and wait to go into Court. When the jurors are all called to go into the Courtroom, you will begin Voir Dire, which is the jury questioning process. Once Voir Dire has been completed, you will know whether or not you have been chosen to serve on the jury panel. If you are chosen, you will serve for the remainder of the trial. If you are not chosen, you are excused until you receive another Jury Summons. After the panel has been chosen, you begin the trial at that time. When a juror receives a Jury Summons, that juror is reporting for a jury trial that is being held that day.

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1. How is it determined if someone is eligible to be a juror in Riley County?
2. How am I chosen for jury duty?
3. Is there an age limit for persons serving on jury duty?
4. How many times can a juror be summoned for jury duty?
5. How do I go about getting excused from jury duty?
6. Are students exempt from serving on jury duty?
7. Where do I report for jury duty at the Riley County District Court?
8. What happens when I report for jury duty?
9. Must my employer pay me while serving on jury duty?
10. Who do I contact with questions about jury duty?