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Jury Information

Welcome to the web page for jury service in the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania. If you have been summoned for jury duty, we know you may have many questions. The links below will hopefully answer some of those questions and provide useful information regarding jury service in our District. If you have any questions after reading the materials that accompanied your summons and viewing the links below, please contact the divisional jury office which summoned you for service.

Frequently Asked Questions
Grand Juror Guide
Juror Exit Questionnaire
Notice for Random Selection                                                                                                                
Physician’s Statement for Medical Excuse (Required if requesting a medical excuse from jury service)
Plan for Random Jury Selection
 (Jury Plan)
Trial Juror Guide
Western District of Pennsylvania - Divisions and Directions
            Erie
            Johnstown
            Pittsburgh

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 eJUROR
Potential jurors can save time and postage by responding to their jury summons online through eJuror.Using eJuror, potential jurors can:

  • Complete the Juror Information Form
  • Request postponement/excuse/partial excuse
  • Check the status of any request
  • Update contact information
  • Print proof of attendance

To complete the jury information form online, jurors will need the nine (9) digit participant number, located to the right of your name and address on their summons to access the eJuror system.  If successfully completed online, the jury information from is not required to be returned to our office.  If you experience any problems using eJuror, please call 412-208-7540 during business hours.   Click here to access eJUROR.

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PLEASE BE AWARE that the jury staff does not call citizens to demand payment of a fine or to request social security numbers, credit card information, bank information, or any other sensitive data.  If you should receive such a telephone call, you should not disclose any personal or financial information or submit payment of any kind.  Anyone receiving a phone call of this nature should contact the local offices of the Federal Bureau of Investigation or the United States Marshal’s Office.  Click here for details