Www Courts Mo Gov Ejuror

Eastern District of Missouri United States District Court

Www Courts Mo Gov Ejuror

Posted by Braud Agathe on Tuesday, 25 February, 2020 01:45:28

Copies. Copies of official court records can be obtained through the Circuit Clerk's Office. Click below for more information on copies of Court Records

The national eJuror Program gives potential jurors the flexibility of responding online to their jury qualification questionnaire. Jurors choosing to complete these forms electronically don't have to mail them. Through the eJuror Program, potential jurors may:

When potential jurors receive the letter they will be directed to go online at www.courts.mo.gov/ejuror to complete their juror qualification forms. This online questionnaire lets them choose their preferred method of communication with the court, whether by postal service, e-mail or even text message.

During the trial, the judge serves as the court's presiding officer and as the final authority on the law. The lawyers act as advocates for their sides of the case. As a juror, you are responsible for impartially evaluating the facts presented and for applying the law to these facts as the judge instructs you.

In order to log into eJuror, please enter the following identifying information located on your form. Enter your 9 digit Participant Number (located next to your name and address on the form you received in the mail).Click on the "Questionnaire/Summons Example" to help you locate your participant number.

Information for citizens requested to perform jury duty. Q: Who may serve as jurors and how are they chosen? A: Among other qualifications, jurors are citizens of the United States, residents of Clay County, and 21 years of age or older. Names are selected at random from a master jury list that is compiled from several sources.