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According to the law, a sex offender is someone who has committed a sex crime including Sexual assault, Incest, Child pornography, rape, molestation, Sexual abuse of a minor, and Sex trafficking.A sex crime is an illegal act that involves forced or coerced sexual conduct against a person.
The only limitations concerning a citizen’s frequency and length of service is as stated in OCGA § 15-12-3: “No person shall be allowed to serve on the trial jury of the superior court or on any trial jury in other courts for more than four weeks in any one year unless he or she is actually engaged in the trial of a case when the four weeks expire, in which case he or she shall be discharged as soon as the case is decided.” and in OCGA § 15-12-4 (a): “Any person who has served as a trial or grand juror at any session of the superior or state courts shall be ineligible for duty as a juror until the next succeeding county master jury list has been received by the clerk.” Jurors must be randomly selected from the master jury list of all Chatham County citizens who are registered to vote or who are registered with the Department of Drivers Services that is provided to us yearly by the Council of Superior Court Clerks.
Jurors with juror numbers 1 through 143 must report promptly at AM on Tuesday, September 3, 2019 to the Jury Assembly Room on the 2nd Floor of the Chatham County Courthouse.
The United States Constitution and the Georgia Constitution guarantee all people, regardless of race, religion, sex, national origin, or economic status, the right to a trial by an impartial jury.
You cannot volunteer to serve for someone else; you must wait until your name is randomly selected.
If you are voter registered in Chatham County, have a drivers license or ID card, you may be summoned at any time; we do summon between 400 and 800 people every week of the year.
If you have received a jury summons and you no longer have your official residence in Chatham County, Georgia as explained above, fill out the “Exemption/Deferral Form (2) of your summons and return it to the Jury Service office before the deadline.