The following Juror Questionnaire is mandated by Government Code, Section 62.0132. Please answer all the questions below.
Please enter the juror number from the top right hand corner of your jury summons. It will begin with "20". Please see the image below for an example.
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Thank you for responding to your jury summons. In an effort to protect your health and safety, the Bexar County Civil District Courts have approved your appearance for jury duty remotely via Zoom.* Our court is currently permitting jurors to appear using video conferencing technologies. Individuals who do not have the ability to appear remotely will be provided alternative methods to serve, including access to space at the Bexar County Courthouse equipped with technology. We ask that you complete the following questionnaire before reporting for Jury Service on your appointed date.
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Individuals who are 65 years or older, and persons with serious underlying health conditions, such as high blood pressure, chronic lung disease, diabetes, obesity, asthma and those whose immune systems are comprised, such as by chemotherapy for cancer or their conditions requiring such therapy, are considered to be vulnerable populations and may request a postponement of their jury duty.
Please note that you should not appear in person for jury duty as this summons mandates all persons appear remotely via Zoom. Should you have any questions regarding jury service exemptions, you may speak to a Judge prior to your service. Contact Chief Central Jury Bailiff Julieta Schulze at 210-335-2660.
In the event you need assistance with the internet or technology, you may contact any of the BiblioTech branches to check out a media device. If you have any questions, please contact Chief Central Jury Bailiff Julieta Schulze at 210-335-2660.
Please contact Chief Central Jury Bailiff Juliet Schulze at firstname.lastname@example.org or 210-335-2660 if any of the following are true for you.
Upon entering the Courthouse, you will be screened by Courthouse Security. If you have a temperature of 100 degrees Fahrenheit or higher, you will not be allowed entry into the Courthouse. Additionally, Courthouse Security may deny entry if you have any of the following symptoms: fever, cough, nausea, sore throat, muscles aches, malaise, diarrhea, shortness of breath, vomiting or recent loss of taste or smell.
Bexar County Civil District Courts shall strictly follow all Social Distancing Guidelines as set forth by the Texas Supreme Court and the Office of Court Administration, including the following:
If you wish to speak to the Judge regarding an exemption or excuse prior to your service, you may do so by video conferencing. Please contact Chief Central Jury Bailiff Juliet Schulze at email@example.com or 210-335-2660 to schedule a video conference.
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