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The Office of Jury Commissioner (OJC) sends Applications for Criminal Complaint to anyone who hasn't responded to a Notice of Delinquency within 30 days. You'll need to attend a show cause hearing before the clerk magistrate of the appropriate court, where you may be given the opportunity to fulfill your jury duty obligation.
You can resolve your delinquency and avoid the show cause hearing by either:
Once you serve jury duty or provide 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. If you send proof of disqualification, you'll need to confirm that the OJC has received your proof of disqualification and accepted it. If they don't accept it, you're still obligated to attend the hearing.
If you'd like to reschedule your service, call the OJC Legal Department at (877) 966-7469 to reschedule jury duty within the next 2 business days.
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.
If you don't resolve your delinquency by rescheduling jury duty or sending proof of a valid disqualification, you'll need to appear for a show cause hearing before the clerk magistrate of the appropriate court. You may be given the chance to fulfill your juror service. This is the last opportunity for delinquent jurors to resolve delinquencies with the OJC before the matter needs to be resolved with the court.