If you have received a letter entitled “Notice of Delinquency,” you must contact our Legal Department.
- Legal Department: 1-877-9-NO-SHOW (1-877-966-7469), Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Who receives a Notice of Delinquency?
All people who fail to appear when summoned are sent a Failure to Appear Notice about a week after their scheduled service date has passed. Those who do not respond to the Failure to Appear Notice will receive a Notice of Delinquency.
- The Notice of Delinquency is sent to three types of jurors:
- Jurors who do not respond to the summons,
- Jurors who respond but then fail to appear; and
- Jurors who appear but fail to complete their jury service.
- Notices of Delinquency are distributed on a periodic basis, depending on the judicial district (counties) in which the OJC is prosecuting cases at the time.
How do you resolve your delinquency?
- Follow the instructions on your Notice of Delinquency, and either perform jury duty at your assigned courthouse or provide the Office of Jury Commissioner with proof of a legitimate disqualification.
- Approximately 50% of jurors to whom the OJC sends Notices of Delinquency have their delinquencies resolved at this stage.