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An explanation of the how jurors can qualify for jury duty, and qualifications and excuses that will exempt you from jury service.

Exemptions and excusals from jury duty - pages - prince

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If you need to be excused from jury duty, you must request it in writing within five (5) business days of receipt of your summons. All correspondence should contain

Jury duty: excuses and exemptions (how a jury is chosen)

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What are legal ways to get out of jury duty? Are some professions exempt from jury duty? How do I apply my exemption? Is there such a thing as permanent juror exemption?