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If you do not qualify to serve as a prospective trial juror, respond through the eJuror application. If you would like to request an excuse from jury service, respond through the eJuror application. Peace Officers exempt under Code of Civil Procedure (CCP), Sec. 219 can also respond through the eJuror application.How do I request an excuse to be a call-in juror?
If any of the below apply, please click Excuse on the Juror Instructions page. If Step 2 on your summons instructs you to call for instructions, you are a call-in juror.Can I use ejuror outside of the United States?
For security reasons, eJuror will not work outside of the United States. Please contact our office at 657-622-7000 between 8:00 AM and 4:30 PM (PST) to respond to your summons, or click here to send a message to Jury Services.How do Peace Officers respond to the ejuror application?
Peace Officers exempt under Code of Civil Procedure (CCP), Sec. 219 can also respond through the eJuror application. CCP 219: 219. (a)Except as provided in subdivision (b), the jury commissioner shall randomly select jurors for jury panels to be sent to courtrooms for voir dire.