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Welcome to FloridaJuryDuty.com!

If you’ve come to this website, then you’ve probably been called for jury duty. This site was designed in the hopes of putting a new spin on the way people look at jury duty. By taking a few minutes to read through the information and tips on this site, you’ll have a better understanding of how and why you’ve been picked and what you can expect when you report for jury duty.

News

Weighed down by recession woes,
jurors are becoming disgruntled
February 15, 2010

Spurned in his effort to get out of jury duty, salesman Tony Prados turned his attention to the case that could cost him three weeks' pay: A Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy was suing his former sergeant, alleging severe emotional distress inflicted by lewd and false innuendo that he was gay.

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130 jury duty no-shows ordered into court
April 22, 2008

Circuit Court Judge Gary Bergosh has issued “orders to show cause” to those no-shows, who could now face jail time. They must explain why they should not be held in contempt of court for failing to appear when summoned.

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Jury duty at all costs
April 7, 2008

Each week, hundreds of Boston residents skip work with little advance notice and no room for compromise -- far from a workers' strike, this exodus represents the normal, orderly conduct of thousands of Massachusetts jurors summoned to report to state, city and county courts.

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Queens Teacher accused of faking Staten
Island jury duty records
April 6,2008

A Queens school teacher is accused of falsifying Staten Island jury duty records to gain extra time off from work, according to a published report.

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Shoppers Summoned To Jury Duty By Judge
April 6,2008

What's a judge in Lima, Ohio to do when he can't find enough prospective jurors to try a child's rape case? How about sending sheriff's deputies into the local Wal-Mart and serve jury summonses to unsuspecting shoppers.

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Shallow Jury Pools Prove Problematic
for Small Counties
April 5,2008

Crosby County District Judge Ruben Reyes likes to run a tight ship. When his court isn't on schedule, it irks him to say the least.

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