Updated as of Thursday, March 23, 2023
The jury trial scheduled to start March 28th has been CANCELED.
All March 2023 jurors, your service is complete. Thank you for your service.
You will need to proceed through security so you should only bring essential items with you. Leave purses, bags, and backpacks in your vehicle as they are subject to search and are not permitted in the Courthouse at this time.
Do not bring family members or children to jury service.
Effective March 8, 2022 Masks are No Longer Required for Court Services.
Please see the attached guidance https://elmorecounty.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/amended-order-november-29-2021-re-emergency-order-regarding-services.pdf
New Order Effective April 1, 2023 guidance https://elmorecounty.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/covid-emergency-order-feb-17-202202172022154526.pdf
IMPORTANT: If you have any travel plans, important work obligations, appointments of any kind, or anything that could possibly conflict with your jury service, notify the Jury Commissioner IN WRITING as soon as possible, by using this link. Once your juror number is drawn for a jury trial, it is too late for you to be excused, unless it is an emergency. DO NOT DELAY NOTIFYING THE JURY COMMISSIONER OF IMPORTANT INFORMATION OR POSSIBLE CONFLICTS.
Note: If your number is drawn for an upcoming jury trial, the Jury Clerk cannot grant your excusal/postponement request. You would be required to report for that trial, and your excusal would be determined by the Presiding Judge and the attorneys on that trial.
If you have any questions or concerns, you can contact the Jury Clerk directly either by phone at (208) 587-2133 Ext. 511 or email by using the Contact J
SCHEDULED April 2023 JURY TRIALS
For your convenience, we have created this calendar; the dates that are in BOLD indicate the scheduled jury trials for April 2023. It is important to stay up to date on your jury instructions, as these trials could be cancelled or rescheduled at any time. You must be able to appear for these dates; Failure to do so will result in up to a $500 fine, 5 days in the county jail, or bond.