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Jury service is a civic duty, required by law, as one of the foundations of our democratic system of government. The goal of the jury selection process is to summons a cross section of the community in order to constitute a legal jury for the civil and criminal courts.

 

JUROR REPORTING INSTRUCTIONS
(updated at the end of each business day)

Note: No Liquids will be permitted into the courthouse.
Only empty plastic bottles will be permitted. No glass, metal or ceramic will be permitted.

 

View video: COVID-19 Mandatory Courthouse Safety Requirements

 

SAVE TIME! Complete and print out questionnaire and submit to Juror Clerk on day of reporting.

Juror Questionnaire

 

COVID-19 Mandatory Courthouse Entry Safety Requirements are in Effect:

  • Must wear a face mask at all times (anyone without a face mask will be provided with one at no cost.
  • Must undergo a health screening that includes a temperature scan.
  • Must maintain at least six feet distance from others.

 

The Twentieth Judicial Circuit has authorized COVID-19 related juror excusals and postponements to enhance juror safety, mitigate the spread of the virus, and address hardships related to the pandemic.

 

Prospective jurors who indicate (subject to penalty of perjury) that they meet any of the criteria below may request a COVID-19 related excusal:

  • A person who indicates that he or she does not meet the court’s screening requirements for courthouse entry.
  • A person at higher risk for severe illness due to COVID-19 infection.
  • A person who must care for a child or relative whose regular care provider is closed or unavailable for reasons related to COVID-19.
  • A person who is receiving leave pursuant to the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.

 

Prospective jurors who indicate (subject to penalty of perjury) that they meet any of criteria below may request a COVID-19 related postponement:

  • A person who recently returned to work after being unemployed due to COVID-19.
  • A person who has suffered a financial or personal loss due to COVID-19 that makes it a hardship to perform jury service.

 

Mailing Addresses:
Collier County Clerk of the Circuit Court
Customer Service - Jury
3315 Tamiami Trail East,  Ste. 102 
Naples, FL 34112-5324

Collier County Clerk of the Circuit Court
Civil Department - Jury Duty
P.O. Box 413044
Naples, FL 34101-3044

Department Street Mailing Addresses
 Office Location Map
Tel:   (239) 252-2646
E-Mail:   Jury Help
 
Telephone numbers to call, after 6pm, for Jury Duty instructions are:
Naples:   (239) 252-2765
Alternative:   (239) 793-7600
 
Links:
Glossary of Terms
The Florida Juror Video
 
FAQs:
Click here for FAQ information

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Collier County Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller
3315 Tamiami Trail East, Ste. 102
Naples, FL 34112-5324