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If you didn't appear for your show cause hearing that was scheduled on the Application for Criminal Complaint you received in the mail, you'll receive an arraignment notice in the mail. You'll need to appear at the district court to explain why you haven't performed your jury service.
If you resolve your delinquency before the arraignment, the Office of Jury Commissioner (OJC) may be able to give you proof of your delinquency resolution so you can bring it to your arraignment. You can resolve your delinquency by either rescheduling jury duty by calling the Legal Department at (877) 966-7469 or by submitting proof that you're disqualified to the OJC.
Even if you resolve your delinquency before the arraignment, you still need to appear for your arraignment at the date, time, and location listed on your notice. The court will read you the charge set out in the criminal complaint and enter a plea on your behalf. You should bring proof of your delinquency resolution with you if you have it.
If you don't appear at the district court for your arraignment, the court will likely enter a default against you and may issue a warrant for your arrest.
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