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To respond to your jury duty summons, you need your:
You can respond to your summons in a few different ways. You can:
At the end of your submission, you'll also be prompted to fill out the demographic survey, which is required by law and is used to help ensure the jury pool is representative of the community.
Responding to your summons online will give you the quickest response and the system is available 24/7. To respond online:
1. Visit the Massachusetts Juror Service Website.
2. Enter your Badge Number, PIN, and home ZIP code to sign in. Once you're signed in, you'll see your service date and location.
3. You can choose which action you'd like to take. You can:
Confirm your service
Request a disqualification
Postpone or defer your service
Request a hardship transfer to another courthouse
You'll also be able to update your contact information, find courthouse information, and complete and print your Confidential Juror Questionnaire (CJQ).
If you wish to postpone, you will be able to choose your own date of service and get immediate confirmation. Other requests (such disqualification or transfer) will be answered within 2 business days if you provide an email address.
To respond by mail, complete the postage-prepaid Juror Confirmation Form at the bottom of your summons using blue or black ink.
Be sure to answer both questions on the mandatory demographic survey (Sections 6A and 6B) and sign your card before returning.
The Office of Jury Commissioner (OJC) Call Center is available Monday-Friday 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
The Call Center can confirm or postpone your service or answer other questions. The Call Center can also process some disqualifications, such as age and prior service, but for other disqualifications, you'll need to provide additional written submissions.
About 10 days before you're scheduled to appear for jury service, you'll receive a Reminder Notice and Confidential Juror Questionnaire (CJQ) (see below). The CJQ helps the court and parties decide if you'd be a suitable juror on a particular case. You should print and fill out this form and bring it with you to your jury duty, since it can't be submitted electronically.
The day before you're scheduled for jury duty, you must confirm that you'll still be needed by the court. If you've previously confirmed your service online and provided an email address, you'll receive an email the day before letting you know if you'll be needed. Otherwise, you can find out if you'll be needed in 1 of 2 ways: