Order Declaring Coronavirus/COVID-19 related Judicial Emergency by The chief justice HAROLD D. MELTON of THE SUPREME COURT OF GEORGIA, acting under authority of O.C.G.A. Sections 38-3-60 et. seq. Read All: Original | 1st Extension | 2nd Extension | 3rd Extension | 4th Extension


Order Declaring Coronavirus/COVID-19 related Judicial Emergency by The chief judge George F. Hutchinson, III of the Gwinnett superior court, acting under authority of O.C.G.A. Sections 38-3-60 et. seq. Read All: Original | 1st Extension


Gwinnett County Chairman Charlotte J. Nash Local Emergency Orders: Individuals to Stay at Home; Businesses to Close; Public Gatherings Prohibited; Cease Non-essential Travel. Read All


Home Jury ServicesWhat if you received a summons?

What if you received a summons?

You were randomly selected by computer to serve as a juror. You will receive a jury summons in the mail indicating a specific date and time to appear for jury duty. If your jury number is in the range to report, you should arrive at the justice and administration building on the date and time specified on the summons. Be sure to detach the yellow badge portion of the summons and bring it with you. When you arrive at the justice and administration building, you will go though metal detection devices and enter the jury assembly room where your yellow badge will be scanned to check you in for that day. You may not bring in newspapers, cellphones, beepers etc... these items will need to be checked in at the clerks desk. You may bring magazines, work papers, or books. Phones and an analog phone line is a supplied for notebook computer dial-up connections.