United States District Court



Jury Service

Juror Qualification Questionnaire

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This is not a summons for jury service and you are not being called to report at this time.

For a complete list of counties that will receive questionnaires, click here.

Complete 2017 Questionnaire Here

Frequently Asked Questions

The Southern District of Georgia is a two-step Court which means that Jurors first must be “Qualified” before they are eligible to become a Juror.

During this step, we are gathering information to determine if you are qualified to serve based on factors such as your residence, citizenship, etc. Once a person is qualified, their name is included in a database wherein our Petit and Grand Juries are pulled during the period between 10/1/2017 and 9/30/2021.

Please complete the Questionnaire on-line, using eJuror, within 10 days of receipt If you are out of town, or have other circumstances that prohibit you from responding within ten (10) days as mandated, please complete the Questionnaire at the earliest date possible. If you have documentation to submit with your Questionnaire please complete your questionnaire online and fax any documentation to 912-650-4030. Please be sure to include your name and participant number. Only over 70 years old and permanent medical excuses will be considered at this time.

Your completed Juror Qualification Questionnaire will be processed through a scanning machine. Please DO NOT staple, paperclip, or otherwise attach anything to the Questionnaire. Every question must be answered using a No. 2 pencil (if you do not have a pencil, you may use black ink). The Questionnaire must also be signed and dated. Please do not fax copies of your Questionnaire to the court, as the court requires the original, signed and dated Questionnaire.

Summons for Jury Service

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Welcome to federal jury service!

Complete Juror Information Form Here

Frequently Asked Questions

You must return the Juror Information Form located on the lower-half of your summons within 5 days. You may do this electronically using eJuror or send in the U.S.mail.

















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