Jury Duty

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Serving as a member of a jury is an honor—and a civic responsibility. If you are a resident of Apache County and registered to vote or in possession of a valid driver’s license, then you are part of the Apache County Superior Court jury pool.

Jury Questionnaire

If you are selected as a member of the jury pool, you will receive a jury questionnaire. This questionnaire is not a jury summons. Please read the questionnaire carefully before providing your responses; we use these questions to help qualify you for active jury duty. Juror qualification does not mean that you will be called for jury duty. 

You may complete the paper questionnaire and mail it back to us, or complete the online questionnaire. Do not send us the paper questionnaire if you complete the survey online. 

Online Questionnaire

Some questions that may potentially excuse you from jury duty require additional documentation. If you are unable to complete the process online due to the additional documentation requirements, please complete the paper questionnaire, attach the required documentation, and return it to us as directed.

Jury Summons

If you receive a jury summons, you must appear at the specified place, date, and time. Appearance times are typically at 8:30 a.m. at the Apache County Superior Court building at 70 West 3rd South, three blocks south of the main street in St. Johns. 

For jurors residing on an Indian reservation, please consider the potential one-hour time difference between St. Johns and your home. Most of Arizona does not observe daylight savings time.

Trial Cancellations

Jury trials are often canceled at the last minute. Always check the trial status on the verification date specified on your summons (not the appearance date). We’ll post the status here, or you may call us at (928) 337-7552 or (800) 510-4111 after 5:00 p.m.

Failure to Attend
Meals & Mileage Reimbursement
Excuse from Jury Service
Did You Move?
Juror Identity Theft Warning