Wake County NC Jury Duty Explained

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Industry Observer with Cary & Raleigh, NC

I got called for jury duty today and learned quite a bit about how it works:

 

They start from a pool of about 500k eligible Wake County citizens and a computer chooses 500 potential jurors for each day. Then an algorithm randomly assigns a number to each juror. My number was 83.

 

The day before your jury day, you call and listen to a recording with instructions. Today all jurors with numbers 1-99 had to appear and numbers 100+ did not.

 

If you appear, that counts as having served jury duty even if they don't use you in a jury. That means you won't get called for at least another two years! Woohoo!

 

Oh, and they pay you $12 per day. Cha-ching!

 

#civicduty #bestplacetolive

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Cameron Bagherpour
Real Estate Investor
Cary, NC 27511
919-434-9001

 

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