What if I work and can’t come in to serve?

Work is not a valid reason to miss your jury service. Once you are selected as a juror, you are expected to come in as scheduled unless you have notified the State's Attorney's Office of an emergency, illness, or planned vacation.

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1. What is Grand Jury?
2. How many jurors are selected for Grand Jury?
3. How long do I have to serve for Grand Jury?
4. What if I have a vacation planned or an important event coming up during the six months that I serve?
5. What if I work and can’t come in to serve?
6. Will I be paid as a Grand Juror?
7. Are there instructions to call in first to see if I am needed for Grand Jury?
8. Is there anything I need to bring with me for jury service?
9. How long will I be there for Grand Jury?
10. Why do I have to pay postage to return my questionnaire?