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What are my duties as a juror?
Your duty is to weigh all the evidence and testimony presented to you and decide the outcome of the case based upon the law and evidence. Your decision must be fair, impartial, and free of any bias or prejudice.

Jury Duty

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1. How are jurors selected to serve for jury duty?
2. Why should I serve?
3. What are my duties as a juror?
4. How often can I be summoned for jury duty?
5. How long does jury service last?
6. What should I wear to jury duty?
7. Where should I park?
8. What can I bring with me to Jury Duty?
9. What facilities are available to jurors?
10. May someone accompany me to jury duty?
11. May I send someone else in my place for jury duty?
12. What if I do not appear for jury duty?
13. Will I be compensated for jury duty?
14. Must my employer pay me while I'm on jury duty?
15. Can my employer fire me for performing jury duty?
16. Is there an age limit for serving as a juror?
17. What if I have a medical condition that prohibits me from serving as a juror?
18. I am in the military. Am I excused?
19. I am a college student. Do I have to miss class?
20. What if I have a family vacation or business trip scheduled the same time as my summons date?
21. May I be excused due to my moral or religious beliefs?