NJSA 2B:20-7 Summoning of Jurors
a. Upon receipt of a list of persons selected to serve on a panel of jurors, the sheriff shall, under the direction of the Assignment Judge, cause the persons to be summoned.
b. The sheriff shall make a return to the Assignment Judge of all of the jurors summoned.
2B:20-8. Form and service of summons
a. The summons for jury service shall be by written notice and shall state the date, time and place where the juror is to appear for service.
b. The summons shall be served at least 30 days prior to the date upon which the juror is to appear, by regular mail addressed to the jurors usual residence or business address unless service at another address is ordered by the Assignment Judge. Service of the summons shall be complete upon mailing.
c. If a sufficient number of jurors is unavailable due to a successful challenge or other unanticipated occurrence and new panels of jurors must be selected from the juror source list, the Assignment Judge may direct that the summons be served less than 30 days prior to the date upon which the jurors are to appear.
Source: 2A:72-5; 2A:71-11
2B:20-9. Excuses and deferrals by Assignment Judge
a. A person may be excused from jury service or may have jury service deferred only by the Assignment Judge of the county in which the person was summoned, or by the Assignment Judges designee.
b. The Assignment Judge may require verification of any of the facts supporting the grounds for a request for excuse or deferral. Records shall be kept of all requests for excuses and deferrals, and of the granting of excuses and deferrals.
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