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The Office of Jury Commissioner (OJC) sends Notices of Delinquency periodically by mail to anyone who:
You'll need to explain why you didn't appear and either reschedule your service or provide proof for why you should be disqualified, such as a doctor's letter, by mail or fax. You can reschedule your juror service by calling the OJC at one of the phone numbers listed below.
All proof regarding your disqualification must be mailed or faxed to the OJC. If you send proof of disqualification, you’ll need to confirm that the OJC received and accepted it. If the OJC doesn’t accept your proof, your delinquency is not resolved. See the OJC’s fax number and mailing address below.
For more information on the proper proof of disqualification you’ll need to send the OJC to resolve your delinquency, download the OJC’s “Instructions for Sending Proof of Disqualification.”
Call and speak with one of the schedulers to resolve your notice by phone.
If you'd like to send proof of disqualification from jury duty, mail your documents to:
Office of Jury Commissioner
560 Harrison Ave., Suite 600
Boston, MA 02118
Please include your Juror Badge Number.
If you'd like to send proof of disqualification from jury duty, fax your documents to the OJC Legal Department at (617) 422-5869. Please include your Juror Badge Number.
Once you serve jury duty or provide valid proof of disqualification, your delinquency is resolved. If your juror group is canceled on the day of jury duty, you'll need to reschedule your service, otherwise your delinquency won't be resolved.