Jury Service General Information


​We have had recent reports that potential jurors are receiving scam phone calls regarding jury duty.  The U.S. Marshals and the FBI are alerting the public of several nationwide imposter scams involving individuals claiming to be U.S. marshals, court officers, or other law enforcement officials. During these calls, scammers attempt to collect a fine in lieu of arrest due to a claim of identity theft, failing to report for jury duty, or other offenses. Anyone who suspects a jury scam should not provide the requested information, hang up the phone, and immediately notify the U.S. District Clerk’s Office of the U.S. District Court in their area, as well as local law enforcement and the Federal Trade Commission.

U.S. Marshal Service Alert

U.S. Courts Article on Juror Scams

Juror Questionnaire

I Received A Questionnaire

Fill out your Juror Information Form and Supplemental Questionnaire online.

Jury Summons

I Received A Summons

Respond to your Jury Summons online.

Jury Duty Status

When Do I Report

View your Jury Duty Status and Reporting Instructions online. You can also call either 1-888-587-9329 or 1-210-472-4912 for the same information.

Submit Excuse

I Want To Be Excused

Submit an Excuse or Request a Postponement online.


Got Questions?  Click Below to Email Now

Austin:  austintx_jury@txwd.uscourts.gov

Del Rio:  txwd_jury_delrio@txwd.uscourts.gov

El Paso:  txwd_jury_elpaso@txwd.uscourts.gov

Pecos:  txwd_jury_pecos@txwd.uscourts.gov

San Antonio:  txwd_jury_sa@txwd.uscourts.gov

Waco:  txwd_jury_waco@txwd.uscourts.gov

Midland-Odessa:  txwd_jury_midland@txwd.uscourts.gov

General:  juryhelp@txwd.uscourts.gov

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