Your privilege and duty
- The United States Constitution and the Virginia Constitution guarantee all people, regardless of race, religion, sex, national origin, or economic status, the right to trial by impartial jury.
- Justice ultimately depends to a large measure upon the quality of jurors who serve in our courts.
- Jurors are essential to the Administration of Justice.
- Jury trials cannot be held unless people such as you are willing to perform their civic duty.
- Each year, prospective jurors are selected randomly from the master jury list of Loudoun County, which is created by merging name lists provided by the Division of Motor Vehicles and the Loudoun County Voter Registration Department.
- Randomly selected prospective jurors receive a jury summons in the mail approximately four weeks prior to their jury service date.
- If you receive a summons, read carefully the front and back of the summons, even if you think you are not eligible to serve as a juror or would like to be postponed or excused.
- If -- after reading all of the information and instructions on the summons -- you still have questions, call us at 703-777-0677 Opens a New Window. .
Jury Questionnaire Information
- The online jury questionnaire website is not available. Please complete your jury questionnaire and return the jury questionnaire to the address provided.
Juror Reporting Information
- You'll need to know
- What time to report
- Whether your group has been released from service
- Whether your group has been postponed to another date and time
- To get this information, view juror reporting information online or call 703-777-0677 to listen to a recorded message
- This information is available from 6:30 p.m. the day before your report date until 8 a.m. on the report date.