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Jury Info

Monday, October 20, 2014 (Blue Summons) 8:15:AM
All Summoned Jurors are required to report to the Jury Assembly Area in the Alachua County Criminal Justice Center, 220 South Main Street in Gainesville (Blue Summons) for Jury Duty before 8:15:AM, Monday, October 20, 2014.
Last Updated: Friday, October 17, 2014 at 2:07:PM
Parking Garage Map (Google Maps)
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The Next Call Date for Jurors for Civil Trials will be the Week of
Monday, November 3, 2014 (RED Summons)
Parking Garage Map (Google Maps)
Alachua County Family and Civil Justice Center Map (Google Maps)

When reporting for jury duty, please bring your summons and completed questionnaires with you.

Parking is available in the parking garage on SW 2nd Street. Please be advised, SW 2nd Street is One Way, South to North. There is no charge for parking. The following Google Map is linked to the Entrance to the Parking Garage. Click the balloon on the map to see a Street View and Get Directions Link.
Parking Garage Map (Google Maps)

For security purposes, please do not bring the following items into the courthouse: knives, scissors, handwork needles, metal fingernail files, screwdrivers, tools, and any other sharp objects, or items that may possibly be used as a weapon. All persons entering the courthouse are subject to search. All weapons are prohibited.

* NO BEVERAGES MAY BE BROUGHT INTO THE COURTHOUSE *

The dress code for court is general business attire. To show proper respect for the court, do not wear shorts, hats, t-shirts, tank tops or flip flops to court. For your comfort, because courtrooms are air-conditioned, you may wish to bring a light jacket or sweater.

Parking Garage Map (Google Maps)
Alachua County Criminal Justice Center Map (Google Maps)
Alachua County Family and Civil Justice Center Map (Google Maps)

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