What if I need to postpone/reschedule my date for jury duty?

You can complete your juror qualification form online and reschedule your jury service via web (1 time only) to a more convenient date.

If you are unable to access the online application, you must return your completed juror qualification form along with your written request for a postponement. Postponement requests must be in writing (by email, fax or mail) and will not be considered over the phone. Requests will only be considered if your completed juror qualification form has been submitted and received. The Jury Commissioner’s Office will send you a letter notifying you if your request was granted or denied. If your request was granted, the letter will also contain your new report date.

Note: If you already returned your form, please submit your postponement request in writing (email, fax or mail). If you require an emergency, last minute postponement you still need to submit your request in writing (by email or fax). Last minute requests will only be granted for extreme, unforeseen emergencies. Please submit your

Qualification Form.

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1. What is your inclement weather policy?
2. How was I chosen for jury duty?
3. How long is my jury term?
4. Will jury service place my job or pay in jeopardy?
5. What happens if I don’t report to jury duty or I fail to respond to the court’s questionnaire?
6. What happens when I call the recording for final reporting instructions?
7. What is the dress code for jury duty?
8. Where do I park?
9. Where do I report?
10. Can I bring my cell phone/electronic device into the courthouse?
11. What can I bring with me?
12. Can I be excused for a work or financial hardship?
13. What if I need to postpone/reschedule my date for jury duty?
14. What if I need to be excused for medical reasons?
15. What if I require an accommodation in accordance with Americans with Disabilities Act?
16. What if I am not a United States citizen?
17. What if I am no longer a resident of Harford County?
18. What if I am Active Duty Military, etc.?
19. What if I am a full-time student?
20. What if I have charges pending?
21. What if I have been convicted of a crime?
22. What if I received a summons, but I recently served jury duty?
23. What if the person who received the jury summons is deceased?
24. What if I am a nursing mother?
25. What is the difference between a Trial (Petit) Jury and a Grand Jury?
26. What if I still have questions?