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PLEASE BE AWARE: There is currently a nationwide identity theft scam being committed where people are called and asked to give their personal information under the guise of missed jury duty. Minnesota Court staff will never ask prospective jurors for financial information such as credit card or bank account information. We will also never ask for social security numbers over the phone. DO NOT provide this kind of information to anyone over the phone claiming to represent the court system. If you receive this kind of request, hang up and contact your local law enforcement agency and your local jury office directly.
The Jury Office can be found in the Lower Level of the Ramsey County Courthouse which is located at:
Room 30, 15 West Kellogg Boulevard
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
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Phone: (651) 266-8200; Fax (651) 266-8138
General information regarding jury service can be found on the State Judicial Branch website. This includes Statewide Frequently Asked Questions and the Juror Qualification Questionnaire.
RAMSEY COUNTY SPECIFIC QUICK LINKS
Ramsey County Jury FAQ's
Click here to see a Saint Paul parking and skyway map
Click here to get Metro Transit bus information
BRING YOUR SUMMONS WITH YOU EACH DAY OF JURY DUTY
DO NOT BRING:
Communication Devices (Phones, Pagers, and PDA's)
Weapons are not allowed in the courthouse. The facility is fully secured and all visitors are subject to weapons screening upon entering the facility.
The Second Judicial District is pleased to announce that for jurors who would like to bring a laptop computer with them while serving as a juror in Ramsey County, wireless internet is now available for use while in the jury assembly room.
WHERE TO APPEAR: The Ramsey County Courthouse is located at 15 W. Kellogg Blvd. in downtown St. Paul between Wabasha and St. Peter Streets.
FIRST DAY: Report to the Jury Assembly Room, 30 Lower Level, Ramsey County Courthouse at 8:30 a.m. to receive orientation and instructions. Usually, if you are not assigned to a trial you will be dismissed at 4:30 p.m.
LENGTH OF SERVICE: The length of service is ONE WEEK (or until the trial concludes, if in trial at the end of the week). Court sessions normally last until 4:30 p.m.
PARKING: Parking is expensive near the courthouse. There are three commercial ramps on Wabasha St. within one block of the courthouse. You may want to consider public transportation. Metro Transit (612)373-3333 can provide bus schedules and Park and Ride locations. Mileage is automatically computed from the farthest part of your zip code. Do not complete the roundtrip mileage in section B of your summons.
QUESTIONS: If questions remain, contact the Jury Office Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at: (651)266-8200, Fax: (651)266-8138.