The right to a trial by jury is a privilege that applies to both criminal and civil cases and is recognized as the foundation of the American court system, guaranteed by both U.S. and California Constitutions.
If you were summoned to appear at the Mammoth Lakes courthouse on Wednesday, August 17th, 2022 group #466, this trial is proceeding, and you DO need to appear at 9:00 a.m. via the zoom information included with your summons for check in. After check in you will need to appear in person at the court. You will be notified of the time to appear at the court after the zoom attendance.
If you were summoned to appear at the Mammoth Lakes courthouse on Monday, August 22nd, 2022 group #467, this trial is proceeding, and you DO need to appear at 9:00 a.m. via the zoom information included with your summons for check in. After check in you will need to appear in person at the court. You will be notified of the time to appear at the court after the zoom attendance..
If you have submitted your request for postponement or excuse, you will not need to appear even if you have not heard back from the court. If there is a problem with your request, we will notify you at a later date.
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Remember to bring your summons with you to court.
Do not appear without calling (800) 451-3585 the morning you are summoned to appear.
Please be sure to check this website often for an updated status on any pending jury trials. You can also check the status of pending jury panels by calling (800) 451-3585.
Hearing equipment is available for the hearing impaired. If you require any accommodation including hearing equipment, please notify the jury staff upon your arrival.
If you require additional assistance (under the Americans with Disabilities Act) please call the court at (760) 924-5444 between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m.
Protect Yourself Against Jury Duty Scams
The Superior Court of California, County of Mono, has learned that persons representing themselves as court officials may be contacting prospective jurors and asking for personal information. Please be advised that official Court personnel do not request personal information from jurors by telephone.
Should you receive a telephone call from someone identifying themselves as a court employee and requesting personal information such as a social security number, date of birth, credit card numbers, etc. please contact the fraud unit at your local law enforcement agency. Please also contact our Deputy Jury Commissioner for the Superior Court of California, County of Mono at (760) 924-5444.
A History of Jury Service
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