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Reporting Schedule

Locate the date you were summoned to appear on the table below to find the status of the trial. If your number appears in the “DO NOT REPORT” column then you do not have to appear and your service is over for the calendar year. If your number appears in the “report” column, this means that the trial is still scheduled and you MUST CALL the jury office at the designated call-in time listed on your summons.

Date

Report

Do Not Report

December 15, 2014   ALL JURORS
December 16, 2014

739, 2149, 2331, 3087, 3550,

3717 through and including 3763

3764 through and including 3779
December 17, 2014   ALL JURORS
December 18, 2014   ALL JURORS
January 12, 2015 All Jurors  
January 14, 2015 All Jurors  
January 20, 2015 All Jurors  
January 21, 2015 All Jurors  
Janaury 26, 2015 All Jurors  
January 28, 2015 All Jurors  

POSTPONEMENT INFORMATION: If you will not be available the day you have been summoned due to a prior commitment, or a business, vacation or school conflict, you will need to request a postponement.  To apply for a postponement click on the postponement tab above.  You will need to list some alternate dates that you will be available within the next 6 months. Jury trials begin on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Do not request a postponement to a Thursday or Friday.

 

Postponements must be received by noon the Wednesday prior to your appearance. Postponements can be granted only once. All requests are processed soon after they are received, but please allow 3 business days for a reply. You will be notified by e-mail if your request is granted and you will be given your future date so that you can plan for it.

 

DISQUALIFICATON INFORMATION: Disqualifications are granted only if you do not meet the qualifications listed on the jury summons.   There are no disqualifications allowed due to employment issues, occupation, school, childcare issues, religious beliefs or felony convictions. Persons requesting disqualification for any of these reasons will need to appear as summoned and requests will be reviewed on a case by case basis, based on the answers under oath of the individual during the jury selection.

 

If you do not meet one of the juror qualifications you can apply for a disqualification. To apply for a disqualification click on the Disqualification tab above.  A doctor's note is required for ALL medical disqualifications. Jurors may have their doctor fax a note directly to this office with out filling out the disqualification form.The juror’s name, appearance date and juror number must be legibly printed on the fax. All doctor statements must state the duration of the excuse. Nursing mothers will be excused when a doctor’s note stating the age of the child is provided. Nursing mothers will be excused until the child is 1 year old. If the child will turn 1 year old during the calendar year a postponement should be requested rather than a disqualification. All requests are processed soon after they are received, but please allow 3 business days for a reply. You will be notified by e-mail when your request has been processed.

Reporting Location
810 E 10th Street, Suite 110
Loveland CO 80537
Directions/Map

Jury Line: 970-494-3555
Jury Fax: 970-494-3599
Note: list your e-mail on the FAX for a reply back.

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Jury Commissioner
Lori Johnson
970-494-3555
larimerjury@judicial.state.co.us
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