Beware of Jury Scams
Please be aware that if you miss jury service the court will never ask a law enforcement officer to do the following over the phone:
Scammers are spoofing law enforcement phone numbers, so if you are unsure, hang up and call the law enforcement agency directly.
- collect a fine from you,
- collect personal information,
- or serve a warrant
If you receive a suspicious phone call of this nature, hang up, and promptly report the call your local Sheriff's Office.
Information about jury scams »
Welcome Hennepin County Jurors
As citizens, we all enjoy the rights of due process and the right to a trial before a jury of our peers. Your service as a juror makes this possible. Thank you for your service!
Browse the tabs on this page for information about serving as a juror in Hennepin County. For FAQs
, trial experience
and general information
, visit the Statewide Jury Service Information
For your convenience, we encourage you to use all of our online communication tools to stay in touch with the Jury Office.
Please only come to the Government Center for Jury Service if your group number has been called for service.
If you are called in for service, please bring your summons.
You must still complete your Juror Qualification Questionnaire
according to the instructions on your summons. We thank you in advance for completing your Qualification Questionnaire on line if you are able. We also recommend signing up for electronic communications in the Qualification Questionnaire.
Download the free My Minnesota Juror mobile app
for information about direction, jury services and court safety.
Further information can be found on the Juror Call-in Status tab of this site as well as the State Juror Web page
Jurors who experience symptoms of an illness (unrelated to chronic conditions) within 48 hours before serving as a juror should call court administration.
Symptoms of illness include:
- fever or chills,
- shortness of breath or difficulty breathing,
- muscle or body aches,
- sore throat,
- congestion or runny nose,
- nausea or vomiting, or
Face coverings are not required in court facilities. However, individuals who prefer to wear a face covering may do so.
Responding for jury duty? Watch a video
(5:08 minutes) to help you prepare.