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If you didn't appear for your jury duty delinquency arraignment, the court may issue a default against you and issue a warrant for your arrest. Until you resolve your warrant, the following actions could be taken against you:
Courts have varying default removal procedures, but generally you'll need to appear before a judge to have the warrant removed. You may be referred to the Probation Department as part of this process, because court personnel will need to gather information about you to present to the judge in the courtroom.
You should contact the Clerk Magistrate's office at the court that issued the warrant to find out how to remove it. If you believe that you don't qualify for jury duty, you should bring proof of your disqualification with you when requesting a removal of the default and recall of the warrant. You should also send a copy of your proof of disqualification to the Office of Jury Commissioner (OJC).
You can call the Clerk Magistrate’s office at the court that issued the warrant for instructions on how to request a default removal and warrant recall.
You can go directly to the Clerk Magistrate’s office at the court that issued the warrant during the court's regular business hours to request a default removal and warrant recall.
Monday-Friday 9 am - 4:30 pm