Thank you for you interest in sharing the JuryMatters experience with other
Jurors from around the country!
If you’ve served on a jury before, you know that the Clerk of the Court in your
community requests certain information when you are first called for Jury Duty.
While the information can vary slightly from State to State, it’s always used
by the Court to contact you when a trial is coming up, and by the attorneys in
the courtroom to learn how you might feel about the case. If it turns out, for
example, that you work for a company involved in the case, you might even be
excused from serving as a juror on the case.
Registering and serving as a JuryMatters Juror are very much like this. The
questions we ask when you register are similar to those asked by the Courts and
are used in exactly the same way.
Please remember that your personal information (your name, email address
and other contact information) will never be shared with anyone outside of
JuryMatters. It will be used only by our staff to send you new cases and mail
your payments for the cases you evaluate. General information (like your
gender, age and profession) is shared confidentially with attorneys, but is
never connected in any way with your name or other personal information.
Attorneys will know general information about the JuryMatters Jurors who
evaluate their cases, but will never know your name, nor be able to contact
If you have any questions while you’re registering, please
contact us. Please note that questions with an asterisk (*) are
required to complete your registration. Thank you.