The Harris County Jury Plaza located at
1201 Congress Houston, TX 77002.
Parking garage located at 1401 Congress
Houston, TX 77002 with basement tunnel
access to the Jury Plaza.
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Reschedule Jury Service
We have listened to your ideas and suggestions and now, you can reschedule your jury service online or through our automated phone system immediately upon receiving your summons.
To reset, disqualify
or exempt yourself from jury service, first enter your 8-digit HC number or Texas Drivers License Number (TDL) and last name in the appropriate textbox below.
(Your 8-digit HC number can be found at the top-left section of your Jury Summons Form, next to the bar code).
Once you have entered your information into the textboxes, click the Search button and follow the instructions provided after your summons information has been retrieved from our system.
Juror services for Harris County Courts, including Justice of the Peace Courts
We now have Free Public Wireless Internet available while you wait through the jury selection process. Please note there are limited power outlets
available for use at this time. Please ensure your electronic devices are fully charged before reporting for Jury Service.
It is advisable to eat breakfast as we do not know when or if the court will break for lunch.
If you do not have your Juror Summons, you may try the search by entering your
Texas Driver License Number. However, your TDL number may
not be on file with us; therefore the best search criterion will always be your HC number.
If you have lost your Jury Summons, you can print a blank summons
to help expedite your check-in process.
Note: you must have
Adobe Acrobat Reader to view or print this file.
|Beware of Jury Service Phone or Email Scam|
Identity thieves have contacted Harris County residents and threatened them for failing to report for jury service. The thieves
are seeking confidential information. The local courts and Jury Assembly Room staff will NEVER call you or e-mail you and ask
for Social Security Numbers, credit card numbers or other sensitive information. Do not give out such information to anyone
claiming to be with the judicial system who calls or e-mails you.
If a person did give out his/her Social Security Number, the DA’s office recommends calling the Social Security Fraud
Hotline at 1-800-269-0271 and all three credit bureaus.