CLIENTS AND POTENTIAL CLIENTS: We continue to work on cases but due to the Coronavirus, we are avoiding
in-person meetings. We will answer questions by phone, email, and video
and remain committed to investigating new cases and working on existing
ones. The safety of our staff, clients, and community always comes first.
Clerk of Court, “[i]ndividuals claiming to be court officers or law enforcement
officers may contact you stating a warrant has been issued for your failure
to appear for jury duty. These individuals will also try to verify your
personal information and/or tell you that the warrant can be taken care
of by paying a fine with your credit card or by obtaining a pre-paid debit card.
Do not give out any sensitive personal information. Court officials will
not ask for confidential information or money over the phone. If you believe
you have been a victim of a jury scam, contact your local police agency
to file a report about the incident.”
Jury service is a very important function in our society. Do not let the
actions of these callers dissuade you from fulfilling your service to