Jury Information
Jury service is one of the most important civic duties you can perform. The protection of rights and liberties in federal courts largely is achieved through the teamwork of judge and jury. You do not need any knowledge of the legal system to be a juror.

Potential Jurors

AUTOMATED JURY INFORMATION SYSTEM (AJIS) Website
Phone: 1-800-998-9056 Have your Nine Digit (Participant) Number ready when visiting the website or calling the number. If you have been summoned as a potential juror visit the AJIS website or call the toll free number.

Serving as a Juror

Jurors perform a vital role in the American system of justice. The protection of our rights and liberties is largely achieved through the teamwork of judge and jury who, working together in a common effort, put into practice the principles of our great heritage of freedom. The judge determines the law to be applied in the case while the jury decides the facts. Thus, in a very important way, jurors become a part of the court itself. Jury Handbook Frequenty Asked Questions Plan for Random Jury Selection

Security Policy

When coming to the courthouse, photo ID is required to pass through security. Cell Phones, Cameras, Laptops, or Gaming Devices are not permitted.

Accessibility

Each courthouse is wheelchair accessible and has ramps and elevators for wheelchair access. If you require other assistance please contact the jury administrator. For directions and more information on a specific courthouse, please select a Courthouse from our directory.

Jury Administrators

For Divisions: Tyler Gleith Green
211 W Ferguson
Tyler,TX 75702
Phone: (903) 590-1002


For Divisions: Beaumont, Lufkin, Marshall, Sherman, and Texarkana
Beth Harper
300 Willow Street, Suit 104
Beaumont, TX 77701
Phone: (409) 654-7004