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Jury Service


Federal jurors actively participate in the administration of justice. There is no more valuable service that a citizen can perform in support of our democratic Government than the good faith performance of jury duty. If you have received a letter to report for jury service, we hope you find your jury service to be an interesting and rewarding experience. We look forward to working with you.  The information provided within this site only pertains to serving jury duty within the United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico, in compliance with the Amended Plan for the Random Selection of Grand and Petit Jurors Pursuant to the Jury Selection and Service Act.

  • If you received a summons from the United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico and want additional information, please visit the Frequently Asked Questions about Jury Duty.
  • eJUROR  gives jurors the option of responding to their jury qualification questionnaire or summons online.
    • Jurors choosing to complete these forms electronically don't have to mail them.
    • They may also update personal information and check when they need to report for jury service.
  • Potential jurors and other persons who may want to learn more about jury service and the importance of the role of a juror serving in the United States District Courts are encouraged to read the following publications:
  • Important Message for All Court Visitors (including Jurors)

Important Security Information

  • Please note that Federal Protective Service and the U.S. Marshals will require that you show a valid form of photo identification, in order to enter court facilities.