PLEASE NOTE: As is the current practice in Hoke County, courthouse security will deny entrance into the Hoke County Courthouse or any alternative court facility any person, including a juror who has one or more of the following conditions:
- A body temperature of, or in excess of 100.4 degrees; or
- Is symptomatic of COVID-19 as defined by the CDC to wit: fever, cough, or shortness of breath; or
- Has been directed to quarantine, isolate, or self-monitor by a qualified health care provider; or
- Tests positive for COVID-19 or has a known exposure to someone who has tested positive or is sick.
Length of Service
A trial juror's service is normally one week. However, jurors may be put on telephone standby for any time that week when they are not required to be present in the courthouse. The average length of service, if selected to serve as a juror in a trial, is two days.
When and Where to Report
Jurors are to report for jury service per the instructions on the reverse side of their jury summons.