Please read the letter of appreciation from Chief Judge Donald E. Shelton here.
Jury trials have been an important part of the American legal system for over two centuries. They are an integral part of the laws that protect the fundamental rights of all citizens. As intended by the United States Constitution, the impartial and random selection of jurors is performed without regard to race, sex, occupation, education, or economic level, and is done to assemble a representative cross-section of the County's populations.
Jury duty is an important and rewarding service that you are summoned to provide by the court for your county. Through your service, the people of Washtenaw County participate directly in the administration of justice.
For more information about serving as a juror, please select a topic from below or call 734-222-3354:
*Attention Potential Jurors--
NEW interactive juror response system: "eResponse"
Washtenaw County has implemented a new jury application that allows access to an interactive juror response system. Potential jurors will be able to:
To use the interactive response system, you will need your juror "candidate" id number found to the right below the form black title box and above the name and address section on the questionnaire or found in the juror badge box on the upper right corner of the summons then select the link below or one of the links above.