Jury Service

When you serve on a jury, you make decisions that can change lives. We want to provide information that can help prepare you for your jury service. We sincerely hope you find jury service to be a meaningful and rewarding experience. The Kentucky Court of Justice thanks you for serving.

Please explore the resources on this site, including the educational videos and written materials, to learn more about the jury process in Kentucky. If you have other questions about your jury service, please contact your local jury office for more information.

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Notice to Prospective Jurors

Per the Supreme Court of Kentucky, COVID-19 health and safety guidelines will now be determined by local protocol. Questions or concerns may be directed to your local Office of Circuit Court Clerk.

COVID-19 Jury Updates

Visit the Kentucky Court of Justice on Facebook and Twitter for updates on Supreme Court orders about jury service during COVID-19. All Supreme Court orders regarding COVID-19 are available here, including the latest Kentucky Court of Justice COVID-19 Health and Safety Requirements.

​Jury Text Notifications

Jurors in some counties can sign up to receive service updates by text. 

The text notifications are courtesy reminders. If for any reason jurors do not receive the text, they are still responsible for checking the telephone answering service or local juror website for jury messages, as instructed by the county. Jurors will automatically be removed from the text notification system when their jury service term ends.

The Kentucky Court of Justice does not charge jurors to use the notification service. However, depending on the phone carrier, standard text rates may apply. The Kentucky Court of Justice cannot guarantee all phone carriers are compatible with the text notification service.

To see if your county is participating, choose your county from the drop-down menu here. For a guide on how to register for text notifications, click here.

Protect Yourself Against Jury Scams

Please be on alert for jury scams, including those involving calls from people claiming to be court officials or law enforcement officers.

The Kentucky Court of Justice personnel will never ask for payment, a credit card number or Social Security number for failure to appear for jury service. DO NOT provide your bank or credit card information over the phone to anyone claiming to be associated with the court system’s jury program.

If you receive a suspicious call, email or other communication from someone who claims to be a court employee and requests financial information, contact your local jury office and local law enforcement immediately.