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Your job as a juror is to listen to all the evidence presented at trial, then “decide the facts”-decide what really happened. You do not need special knowledge or ability to do your job. It is enough that you keep an open mind, use common sense, concentrate on the evidence presented, and be fair and honest in your deliberations.
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You are compensated $10 per day plus mileage.
You name was selected at random from voter registration and driver’s license records.
Please immediately contact 253-841-5450 if:•You have a disability and would like to request reasonable accommodation•You have lost your summons•You did not receive compensation for jury service•Others questions or emergencies
To be eligible, you must be at least 18 years of age, a citizen of the United States, a resident of the county in which you are to serve as juror, and you must be able to communicate in English. If you have ever been convicted of a felony, you must have had your civil rights restored.
You may request to reschedule your jury service if you qualify as a juror. Your postponement request should be made prior to your currently scheduled date.
Please return the Summons to the Court, indicating that the person does not reside in City of Puyallup or City of Milton (depending which City summons was received for) . There is no need to have the form signed.
Fill out the entire jury summons form and mail or bring to:Puyallup Municipal Court or Milton Municipal Court929 E Main, Suite 120Puyallup, WA 98372
A confirmation of service can be provided upon request from the clerk of the court on the day you appear for jury service.
We are sorry if we have summoned your loved one at this time and we send our condolences. We will do our best to remove them from our database, but we need your help. We receive and update our jury data once a year from the State.To assist in removing your loved one from remaining in the database, please contact both the Driver’s License Office and the Voter’s Registration Office at the Auditor’s Office.
Report a deceased juror from voter registration list:
Report a deceased juror at DOL (Drivers License):
send a copy of the death certificate by one of the following methods:
Puyallup & Milton Municipal Court complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Washington State Supreme Court General Rule 33 (GR-33).
If you have a disability and have been summoned for jury service, you can request a reasonable accommodation of your disability to allow you equal access to court facilities, programs and activities. Listening devices are available, and if required, breaks can be given. ADA Free parking is available.
Please contact the Court at (253) 841-5450 or by e-mail at Jurors@PuyallupWA.gov and let them know the disability you have and the specific accommodation you are requesting.
If you would like to serve and need an American Sign Language Interpreter, please contact the court as soon as possible. We have to schedule their services in advance so you’re jury duty time may need to be postponed to a later date.