Information for potential jurors and their employers about what it means to be called for jury service.
Each NSW court or tribunal feature specific forms and set fees. Library services also require forms and fees.
NSW Office of the Sheriff provides security for Courts and Tribunals, law enforcement, jury service administration and courtroom support. Also, history and careers.
About the courts and tribunals in NSW including how the courts are supported
Support for victims of crime, Aboriginal people, witnesses, people with disability or language needs plus how to provide feedback or make a complaint.
How names are selected for inclusion on the jury roll and how to respond to receiving a Notice of inclusion
Steps to take if you receive a notice to attend court for jury service, plus payments and exemptions
Reasons people are excused from jury service, how to apply for an exemption, penalties for providing false information
Information about the jury service allowance including how the amount is determined and payment arrangements
Selecting, empanelling and swearing in a jury; challenges to a potential juror; trial duration; asking to be excused
Who can serve as a juror and who cannot. Also, job roles that enable people to ask for an exemption from service
Your role and responsibilities as a juror in a criminal trial and how the Judge and court officer interact with jurors
Information about the Juror Support Program and how long a juror is exempt from serving on a jury again