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Can I Go to Jail for Missing Jury Duty in California?
Can I Go to Jail for Missing Jury Duty in California?

Once an American citizen living in California turns 18 years old, he/she becomes eligible for jury duty once every 12 months. While receiving a notice in the mail doesn’t mean you will automatically serve as a juror in a criminal or civil case, it does mean you have an ...

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  • Can I Go to Jail for Missing Jury Duty in California?

    Once an American citizen living in California turns 18 years old, he/she becomes eligible for jury duty once every 12 months. While receiving a notice ...

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