How are prospective jurors selected for jury service?

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. Upon receipt of the summons, the juror should read carefully the front and back of the summons. 

Be sure to read both sides of the summons, even if you think you are not eligible to serve as a juror or would like to a deferment or excusal. If after reading all of the information and instructions on the summons, you still have questions. Call the Jury Management Department.

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1. Who is qualified to serve on Jury Duty?
2. Can jurors change their jury service report date?
3. How long does jury service in Loudoun County last?
4. Who is entitled to a Jury Trial?
5. Where is the Loudoun County Circuit Court located?
6. Where do I park when I come for jury service?
7. Must employers pay their employees who are on jury service?
8. Where is the jury assembly room located?
9. How are prospective jurors selected for jury service?
10. How are jurors selected for a particular trial?
11. Who can be excused from jury service?
12. Are jurors paid for their service?
13. What may jurors wear to jury service?