To determine when to report for jury service, you must call the Jury Information line at 262-284-8416 or 262-238-8416 after 5:00 p.m. on the night before each date listed on your summons. Listen carefully to the entire recorded message and follow the instructions carefully. The message will tell you whether you should report, whether there has been a change in the time you are to report, or any other information that could affect your service. Jurors must appear on the date(s) listed on their summons unless the message tells them otherwise.
On the first day of service, jurors are to report to the Jury Assembly Room at the Justice Center. Please use the west entrance of the building. You will be required to pass through security. PLEASE BE ON TIME!
Jurors are required to show picture identification when checking into the Jury Assembly Room.
Business casual is recommended. Formal attire is not necessary, but informal attire such as shorts, halters, tank tops or shirts with offensive messages are not appropriate in court. Hats are not allowed unless worn for religious purposes. Jurors are advised to dress in layers as the temperature in the jury assembly area and in the courtrooms may be unpredictable.
It is the policy of the Ozaukee County Circuit Courts that its programs, services and activities be accessible to qualified individuals with disabilities. No person will be refused participation solely because the person has a disability, needs an accommodation or because a building is inaccessible.
If you require special accommodations or have a situation that is not addressed, please call the Jury Coordinator as soon as possible at 262-284-8372 to make necessary arrangements or complete and submit the ADA Accommodation Request form.
Wireless Internet Access is available in the Jury Assembly Room!
Amenities in the Jury Rooms include: Magazines, playing cards, coffee, tea, hot chocolate, soft drinks, water, snacks and candy.
There are refrigerators located in the Jury Assembly Room and in the Jury Rooms adjacent to each courtroom where you may store a bag lunch and/or medication. There is also a microwave for your use.