We have recently added features to help keep you up to date on your jury service. Once you have completed your juror registration AND signed up for e-notifications, our Web Solutions system will:
Send a reminder email and text the Friday or Monday before you are to report for your jury service, and
Allow you to submit your statutory exemption or disqualification online with confirmation it was granted.
Provide your status of your jury service when you go back online (Summoned status = still need to report and Ended status = you are no longer required to report)
Send a reminder text message AND text if your jury service is cancelled prior to your appearance.
Allow you to print a new juror badge or a proof of service certificate for your employer once your jury service is complete.
By activating e-notifications and providing your email address, cell phone number (and provider) when you register, you will be notified of cancellations or updates to your jury service. Please check your email regularly until you are dismissed or complete your jury service.
We hope you find these new features helpful, and we thank you for your service as a juror.
It is the policy of the Denton County Courts to ensure that individuals with disabilities have access to all of our programs, services, and activities. We also provide effective communication that is consistent with the requirements of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act. This policy includes jurors.
If you require any special accommodations in order to serve as a juror, we ask that you submit a request to our office. There are several different ways to request special accommodation:
By phone: 940-349-2230 (voice) By email By fax: 940-349-2231 By mail: Jury Services, P.O. Box 2146, Denton, TX 76202-2146 In person: 1450 E McKinney Street, Denton, TX 76209 When contacting us, please let us know what type of accommodation you require.
Jury Duty Scam
Scammers have been making calls to Denton County residents claiming to be a Sergeant or Lieutenant with the Denton County Sheriff’s Office or even a Judge with the District Courts.