Who may be called to serve as a juror?
You may be called to serve if you are at least 18 years old, a United States citizen, and a resident of Chester County.

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1. How do I get to the Jury Assembly Room?
2. Who may be called to serve as a juror?
3. How was my name selected for jury service?
4. Why have some people never been called for jury service and I’ve been called more than once?
5. Will I be automatically exempted from jury service if I am a doctor, lawyer, dentist or school teacher?
6. How long will I have to serve?
7. What can I expect if I am required to report?
8. What time will I arrive and leave?
9. What is the telephone call-in procedure?
10. How much do I get paid for jury service?
11. Does my employer have to pay me while I am serving on jury service?
12. What happens if a person ignores a summons or fails to report for jury service?
13. Is there an exemption due to my age?
14. Why do I have to wait until the night before to find out if I have to report?
15. What should I do if being a juror at that time would create a hardship for me?
16. Where do I park when I report for jury service?
17. Does anyone pay for my parking while I am serving as a juror?
18. What if I have an emergency on the day that I am to report?
19. What should I wear?
20. Will I have to go through any security measures when I enter the Justice Center?
21. Do you provide childcare while serving as a juror?
22. What should I bring when I report?
23. What happens if there is inclement weather on the day I am required to report?
24. Who are the people in the courtroom?
25. What is the sequence of a trial?