Randolph County Jury Service

Find information for jurors in this county.

Length of Service

Jurors seated for a trial must serve until the trial ends, which may be two days to several weeks. Most jurors, however, only serve for one or two days.

Hours of Service

Jurors are expected to be available from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for the length of the trial for which they have been selected.

When and Where to Report

Jurors report to the Jury Pool Room (Suite 404A - beside Courtroom 4C) located on the 4th floor of the courthouse. Refer to the back of the summons for the reporting time.


Jurors can park at 176 E. Salisbury Street and overflow is on the corner of Cox and Salisbury on the southeast corner.

Accessible parking is located in the upper level next to the courthouse (all handicap parking spaces). Use the door directly beside the handicapped parking spaces. If no handicap parking spaces are available, please call the information desk at (336) 318-6474 from your cell phone for other options.

The courthouse is equipped with ramps, elevators, etc., for disabled persons.

Additional Information

In event of inclement weather or other possible court closing, please see the Closings page and watch television stations WFMY and WGHP for delays and cancellations. You may also call the jury information line at (336) 328-3006 for Civil Session or (336) 328-3008 for Criminal Session for instructions.

Request for Jury Service Excuse or Deferral

General Information

Deferral/Excusal: To request an excuse or postponement from jury service, please submit the information via Electronic Form located below OR Mail. Your request must be received no later than ten (10) days prior to your service date. A decision regarding your request will be returned via mail or email. Requests sent by MAIL must include the completed bottom portion of summons and supporting documentation (instructions are included on the summons document). Mail requests can be submitted to:

Clerk of Superior Court
ATTN: Jury Clerk
176 E. Salisbury Street
Asheboro, NC 27203

The ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION FORM (see below) may be completed in lieu of the mail option. The electronic request must be submitted a minimum of ten (10) days prior to your appearance date. (Requirements and instructions are listed below.)

Reasons for Excusal, Postponement or Deferment

Jury service is the solemn obligation of all qualified citizens. Excuses from the discharge of this responsibility may be granted only for reasons of compelling personal hardship. Persons qualified to serve must:

  • Reside in Randolph County
  • Be at least 18 years of age or older
  • Understand the English language
  • Have not served as a juror during the preceding two (2) years or as a grand juror in the past six (6) years
  • Be physically and mentally competent

Exemptions, Excuses and Postponements may be granted for the following reasons:

  • People 72 years of age or older
  • NOT a Randolph County, North Carolina Resident
  • Person is deceased
  • Students enrolled full time in a learning institution
  • Health/Medical reasons
  • Convicted of a felony and voting rights have NOT been restored
  • Not a United States Citizen
  • On assignment with the military

Excuses will be granted ONLY for reasons of compelling personal hardship. Requests for excuses and postponements for jury duty must be made by electronically using the requested online form, or by mail. Your request CANNOT be handled by telephone. All requests must be submitted a minimum of ten (10) days prior to your jury service date.

Until you have received a response from the Clerk of Superior Court’s Office, you are still required to appear at the county courthouse for jury duty on the specified summons date if your juror number is called. If you DO NOT receive a response to an excusal request, you are still required to appear for jury service if your juror number is called.

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