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Jury Services

One-Step Questionnaire/Summons

Beginning in September 2013, the Third Circuit Court introduced the new One-Step Juror Qualification/Questionnaire Form and Juror Summons. Please complete both the Part A - Qualification section and the Part B - Juror Questionnaire (Personal History) section. Please detach and retain the Summons portion of the form for future reference regarding your anticipated date of service. Please return the completed Part A and B portion of the Questionnaire in the envelope provided.

Failure to appear for service when instructed to do so can result in a Show Cause Hearing appearance as well as a possible contempt of court charge.

For your convenience the Quick Link for the Online Jury Questionnaire provides you with the opportunity to complete the Juror Qualification/Questionnaire Form online.

Juror Reporting Instructions

Two locations are used for jurors reporting to Third Circuit Court. Your reporting location and Group number are found on the lower right-hand corner of your summons form. The Group number is used to identify the jurors requested to report. Please select the link below that corresponds to the location to which you are summoned:


Juror Reporting Times & Locations

Jurors should report to the appropriate location at the specified time. The links below provide directions to each location as well as DDOT and SMART Bus routes and maps.

Coleman A. Young Municipal Center
Jury Services Room 301
2 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48226
8:00 am
Frank Murphy Hall of Justice
Jury Services Room 100
1441 St. Antoine
Detroit, MI 48226
The reporting time is indicated on your summons

SMART Bus Routes and Maps
Parking Spots
Please be advised that E-Z Parking/Stroh's Ice Cream
(at I-375 and Gratiot) offers jurors summoned to the
Frank Murphy Hall of Justice everyday parking for $3.00.
To obtain this rate, please show the attendant your
summons or juror badge.

Term of Service

Jury service is for one day or one trial. When you appear if you are not selected for a trial, generally your jury service is completed that day. If you are selected, you will serve as a juror for the duration of that trial. The average length of a trial is 3-4 days. Please review the Juror Health and Safety video for additional information. You must have a face covering to enter the courthouse.