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NJSA 2B:20-10 Grounds for Excuse from Jury Service

2B:20-10. Grounds for excuse from jury service

An excuse from jury service shall be granted only if:

a. The prospective juror is 75 years of age or older;

b. The prospective juror has served as a juror within the last three years in the county to which the juror is being summoned; 

c. Jury service will impose a severe hardship due to circumstances which are not likely to change within the following year. Severe hardship includes the following circumstances: 

(1) The prospective juror has a medical inability to serve which is verified by a licensed physician. 

(2) The prospective juror will suffer a severe financial hardship which will compromise the jurors ability to support himself, herself, or dependents. In determining whether to excuse the prospective juror, the Assignment Judge shall consider: 

(a) the sources of the prospective jurors household income; and

(b) the availability and extent of income reimbursement; and

(c) the expected length of service.

(3) The prospective juror has a personal obligation to care for another, including a sick, aged or infirm dependent or a minor child, who requires the prospective jurors personal care and attention, and no alternative care is available without severe financial hardship on the prospective juror or the person requiring care. 

(4) The prospective juror provides highly specialized technical health care services for which replacement cannot reasonably be obtained. 

(5) The prospective juror is a health care worker directly involved in the care of a mentally or physically handicapped person, and the prospective jurors continued presence is essential to the regular and personal treatment of that person. 

(6) The prospective juror is a member of the full-time instructional staff of a grammar school or high school, the scheduled jury service is during the school term, and a replacement cannot reasonably be obtained. In determining whether to excuse the prospective juror or grant a deferral of service, the Assignment Judge shall consider: 

(a) the impact on the school considering the number and function of teachers called for jury service during the current academic year; and 

(b) the special role of certified special education teachers in providing continuity of instruction to handicapped students; 

d. The prospective juror is a member of a volunteer fire department or fire patrol; or 

e. The prospective juror is a volunteer member of a first aid or rescue squad. 

Source: 2A:69-4; 2A:78-1


2B:20-11. Deferral of jury service 
Upon a request for deferral of jury service or upon the denial of a request for an excuse from jury service, the Assignment Judge may direct that the jury service of a prospective juror be deferred to another time within the next twelve months. 

Source: 2A:78-1


2B:20-12. Retention of records 
All records concerning the granting of excuses from and deferrals of jury service, and all juror questionnaires, shall be retained for a period of three years. All other records relating to the summoning, impaneling and charging of jurors shall be retained for five years. 

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