Jury Duty

Did you receive more than one jury summons from the same court this year?

Names of potential jurors are randomly selected from the list of citizens from the California Franchise Tax Board, Department of Motor Vehicles and from the voter registration rolls. Receiving multiple jury summons from the same court within the same year usually means your information from the Franchise Tax Board and DMV did not match the voter registration information you provided.

What is the Franchise Tax Board? California residents file their State tax returns with the California Franchise Tax Board (FTB).

One way to be sure the same court doesn't call you to service more than once a year is to match the name and address on your California Driver's License or California Identification Card and your State tax return information with the FTB with your voter registration record exactly

To check your current the voter registration information on file with the Yolo County Elections Office, please go to https://www.yoloelections.org/voter-registration/registration-status. To update your voter registration go to the Secretary of State's Online Voter Registration Website or pick up a paper voter registration form at one of the locations listed here.

For more information about jury service or if you need to be removed from the jury pool due to not being eligible, please see Yolo County Superior Court Jury Services and/or the Federal District Court Jury Services.