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Jury Services

Jury Services

Denton County Jury Services
Sherri Adelstein
Denton County District Clerk

Welcome, current and prospective jurors!

This site will provide you with answers to your frequently asked questions. It will also allow you to use our automated services for completion of your questionnaire, allow for a disqualification or statutory exemption claim or request a one-time postponement. I hope the convenience of these on-line services helps make your jury experience as comfortable as possible for you.

Sherri Adelstein

Denton County Courts Building
1450 East McKinney Street
Denton, TX 76209-4524

Denton County Online Jury Services:

  • Complete your juror questionnaire online
  • Claim an exemption or disqualification online
  • Postpone your jury service online
  • Check your juror status online
  • Reprint a copy of your juror badge
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Traffic Delays Expected –
Due to ongoing construction on I-35E, jurors traveling northbound using I-35E to report for jury service will need to allow for additional travel time or consider using the A-train to get to Denton. More information on A-train stops and schedules, along with Connect Bus service information is available at You may find that construction projects, traffic, weather, or other events may cause conditions to differ from GPS map results, and you should plan your route accordingly.

Reporting Instructions:

Please dress appropriately for court. NO SHORTS!

Denton County Courts Building, 1450 East McKinney Street, Denton, TX 76209-4524, 2nd Floor, at 8:20 AM


Are Jurors paid for their service?
Jurors are paid for their service. Each juror receives six dollars ($6) for the first day of appearance and forty dollars ($40) for the second and any subsequent days of appearance. Jurors may donate their pay to a number of organizations that have been approved by the Denton County Commissioners Court. Total donations to those organizations averages about $75,000 annually.

*Payment is processed at the end of jury service, and a check is mailed to each juror within two to three weeks of their service.*
Must my employer pay me while I’m on jury service?
Unfortunately your employer is not currently required by Texas state law to pay you while you are serving jury duty. However the law states that an employer can not terminate your employment for attending jury service.

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