Juror Information

Jury Information Regarding COVID-19


  • District Court does not have any juries in March.

  • All jury trials set for the month of March for the County Court at Law have been canceled.
    If you received a jury summons for the Court at Law with a date in March you do not need to appear or take any further action.


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Why I was selected

Jurors are selected at random from a list of Erath County voter registrations and driver registrations. As a juror, you must be fair and impartial. Your actions and decisions must be free of any bias or prejudice. Your actions and decisions are the foundation of our judicial system.

Any person charged with a criminal offense or any party to a civil case has a right to a jury trial. All parties are equal before the law and each is entitled to the same fair treatment.

Jury duty is civic duty

The United States Constitution and the Texas Constitution guarantee all people, regardless of race, religion, sex, national origin, or economic status, the right to trial by an impartial jury. Justice ultimately depends to a large measure upon the quality of the jurors who serve on our courts. It is one of the most important civic duties a citizen can perform, and this site is intended to make the process as smooth and efficient as possible. 

The Jury Services website is intended to inform potential jurors what is expected of them as a potential juror, what is involved in jury duty, what they can expect should they be selected, and how to prepare for jury duty. Jurors are selected at random from a list of Erath County voter registrations and driver registrations. As a juror, you must be fair and impartial. Your actions and decisions must be free of any bias or prejudice. Your actions and decisions are the foundation of our judicial system.

Any person charged with a criminal offense or any party to a civil case has a right to a jury trial. All parties are equal before the law and each is entitled to the same fair treatment.