Jury Services

Updated: 4/24/2014 08:06:17 AM

Welcome to Jury Duty in Waukesha County!  Trial by jury is a basic American Right and the very essence of freedom under our Constitution.  By your participation in jury duty, you will help preserve and perpetuate this fundamental right.  The links below will take you to a wide range of general information about jury service.  We hope you find it helpful.  Thank you for your cooperation.

Click Here to Complete Your Online Juror Qualification Questionnaire   Click Here to Complete Your Online Juror Exit Survey 

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Special Accommodations Term/Length of Jury Service Voluntary Juror Donation

Jury Program Related News Items


Road Construction at the intersection of Moreland Blvd and Pewaukee Rd.

  • We were just notified today of the following schedule for the reconstruction of Moreland Blvd and Pewaukee Rd. intersection.  The schedule may very due to weather and is scheduled to be complete mid-September.  

    City contractors and utility companies are anticipated to start work on Monday, June 23 at the intersection of Moreland Blvd and Pewaukee Rd. Southbound Pewaukee Road will be narrowed to one lane.

    • Barrels will be placed on roadway after 8:30 am on Monday, June 23.
    • At 8:30 am, the City will come out and turn the traffic signals into All Red flashing.  From 8:30 am Monday morning and on until the end of the road project, the intersection will be an All Way stop condition and will experience significant delays. 

     
    The road construction portion of this project is expected to begin the week of July 7th.  During the road construction Pewaukee Rd will be closed from Pilot Court to W. Moreland Blvd.  A Detour will be posted at Northview Road guiding vehicles to Airport Rd, south on Airport Rd to Moreland Blvd.

    PLEASE allow yourself extra time when reporting for Jury Duty.

2012 Jury Report Available

  • The 2012 Waukesha County Jury Report is now available, which summarizes program achievements in 2012 and highlights program initiatives for 2013.

FBI Warns of Jury Scam

  • The Waukesha County Clerk of Court's office does not request personal information by phone. Please click on the link above to read an article of warning from the FBI.

National Jury Report Available

  • According to a 2007 study by the Center for Jury Studies of the National Center for State Courts, more than one-third of all Americans are likely to serve as jurors at some point in their life. Wisconsin juries claim the shortest average deliberation time in felony trials - one hour. Connecticut had the longest average deliberation time (7.75 hours.) The study documents jury improvement efforts and the legal infrastructure for jury operations and practices on a statewide basis, and nearly 1,400 state trial courts were surveyed about terms and conditions of jury service. The report is available at  www.ncsconline.org/D_Research/cjs/state-survey.html.

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