Welcome to Jury Service in Pierce County

 JUROR ALERT - No New Jurors until after March 1, 2021

NEW JURORS - DO NOT REPORT FOR JURY DUTY. Due to the current health crisis, all Pierce County Superior Court Jury Duty has been canceled until March 1, 2021

If you receive a Blue Post Card (jury notification) for jury service summons dates starting March 1, 2021 or later, please respond as if you plan on coming or if you need to be excused. You will find all the information about excusal or postponements under Reasons to Be Excused From Jury Duty

If you would like to postpone to a later date, please contact Jury Administration at pcjuryoffice@piercecountywa.gov.

Please continue to check the website for the latest updates.

Whether you just received a "Blue Card" summoning you to jury duty, you have already started on a trial, or you are not sure if you have to come back, this is where you will find all the necessary information about Jury Service in Pierce County. 

Why should anyone serve on a jury?

The right to trial by a jury of our fellow citizens is one of our most important rights and is guaranteed by the Washington State and United States constitution. By serving on a jury, citizens are helping to preserve this freedom. A juror's responsibility is to listen to all the evidence presented at the trial and to decide the facts - - that is, make decisions on legal issues that come up during the trial. 

What is Jury Duty?
Ready to Respond to Blue Postcard
I cannot do Jury Duty
Current Juror Info
About Jury Duty (video & pamphlets)
Contacting Jury services
Pay and Attendance Information and Problems
Parking and Transportation
Alerts About Jury Service