Serving as a JuryMatters Juror is interesting, and it is also a serious responsibility. The verdicts you will submit as a Juror can have a significant impact on the lives of the parties involved in the case. Therefore, JuryMatters Jurors are sworn in, just as Jurors are in a courtroom. You must affirm each section of the Juror Oath below in order to register as a Juror.
Part 2. Regarding the qualifications to serve as a JuryMatters Juror, I affirm that :*
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To change your Password: 1. Click "Log Out" at the top of this page. 2. Go to www.jurymatters.com. 3. Select "Juror Login". 4. Select "Click to Update or Reset Your Password".5. Follow the instructions on the screen and in the email you will receive.