Who can be excused from Jury Service?
You are entitled to be excused as a juror if you:
  • Are over 70 years of age

  • Have legal custody of a child under 10 years of age and jury service would leave the child unsupervised

  • Are a student of a public or private secondary school

  • Are a student enrolled and in actual attendance at an institution of higher education

  • Are an officer or an employee of the Senate, the House of Representatives, or any other department, commission, board, office, or other agency in the legislative branch of state government

  • Are the caretaker of a person who is unable to care for himself/herself (an invalid)

  • Can show a physical or mental impairment or an inability to comprehend or to communicate in English

If you qualify for an exemption and want to serve as juror, you may appear for jury duty and not claim an exemption. If you qualify and wish to claim your exemption, you must contact the Court.

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2. I had an MIP and I was convicted, how do I expunge it from my record?
3. Can I request jail time served, for cases that I have pending in the court?
4. How long does a speeding ticket stay in my driving record?
5. Can I request my driving record on-line?
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