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If you need more information or wish to discuss your status for jury service, please call the Deputy Clerk at 864-848-5374.
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Jurors for Greer Municipal Court are randomly selected from a database that contains information from the South Carolina Election Commission and the South Carolina Highway Department. If you are selected for a specific jury trial term, you will receive a Municipal Court Juror Questionnaire and a self-addressed envelope in the mail. The Juror Questionnaire must be completed and returned to Municipal Court.
An individual fitting any one of the following categories is disqualified from serving as a Municipal Court juror:
You MUST appear unless the judge approves your disqualification prior to your scheduled appearance date.
An individual fitting any one of the following categories is exempt from serving as a Municipal Court juror:
You MUST appear unless the judge approves your exemption prior to your scheduled appearance date.
Jury trials are scheduled Monday through Friday of the designated jury trial week and as a juror, you must report on the Monday of the scheduled jury trial week. Failure to appear or notify the court may result in you being fined $500 for contempt of court.
As a juror, you will be acting as an officer of the court. Jury panels are made up of six jurors and the jury is charged with listening to the facts of a case and determining whether an individual is guilty or not guilty.
Please arrive promptly and please do not bring beverages, children, relatives or friends with you on the day you report for jury duty.
Everyone who enters the Municipal Court building must pass through a metal detector and may be subject to search. Purses, briefcases, and bags will be searched as well. Weapons, which include everything from pocket knives to personal protection devices, are strictly prohibited in the Municipal Court.
All cell phones and/or other communication devices should be turned off, or in silent mode prior to entering the courtroom(s). Court security officers have been instructed to confiscate any device making noise in the courtroom.