Jury Information

In the United States our constitution guarantees each individual the right to trial by "a jury of their peers". As a citizen of St. Clair County, you have been chosen to serve in the role of juror. Please be assured that without your service the judicial system could not operate efficiently.

I hope that you will find information here to answer any questions you may have regarding your juror service. My staff and I will be happy to answer any further questions you may have that are not covered on this website.

As St. Clair County Circuit Clerk, and on behalf of the entire judicial system, I would like to thank you for your willingness to serve as a juror. My hope is that you will, at the end of your service, find the experience both enlightening and gratifying.

Amenities & Policies

  • Electronic Devices - Cell phones, pagers and laptops are permitted in the courthouse. You are required to turn them off when you go into a courtroom.
  • Personal Belongings - Do not leave any personal belongings in the juror assembly rooms. You need to take all of your personal belongings with you to the courtrooms and to lunch.
  • Restrooms - Restrooms are conveniently located on every floor in both courthouses.
  • Smoking - Smoking is permitted outside the courthouse.
  • Waiting Times - Please feel free to bring your laptop computer, book, reading materials, sewing, knitting, playing cards, etc. to occupy you while you wait.