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Reporting for Service

Notice to Employer: Right to Time Off

Section 230(a) of the Labor Code states: "An employer may not discharge or in any manner discriminate against an employee for taking time off to serve as required by law on an inquest jury or trial jury, if the employee, prior to taking the time off, gives reasonable notice to the employer that he or she is required to serve."

Remember to bring your summons with you to court.

Dress Code

Proper attire is required in the courtrooms. No shorts, tank tops, tube tops or bare feet are permitted. No T-shirts with inappropriate pictures or messages are permitted.


Parking is available in the two county parking lots surrounding the Courthouse. Parking areas may be limited or not available at all due to the new courthouse construction.  See the back of your summons for a map.


Individuals entering any court building may be screened through security devices. Do not bring any knives scissors, handwork needles, metal fingernail files, screwdrivers, tools or any other sharp objects, or items that may possibly be used as a weapon. All weapons are prohibited and items considered weapons will be confiscated.

Check In

When you first arrive at the courthouse, please check in as directed by the sign on the first floor of the courthouse. Be sure to bring your summons with you.

Verification of Service

If requested, a Jury Verification form will be provided at the end of your service stating all the days you were in attendance.


All jurors will be paid fifteen dollars ($15) for each day of jury duty beginning on the second day of service and for each day of service thereafter.  Pursuant to CCP 215, all jurors will be paid one-way standard rate mileage beginning on the second day of service and for each day of service thereafter.

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