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Jury Phone Scam Notice

According the 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 the community.