Jury Duty Information
The Courthouse is located at:
1315 South B Avenue on the southeast side of Nevada.
You may take U.S. Highway 30, exit 158 (0.3 miles).
- Turn right onto 19th Street (0.2 miles).
- Turn left onto South B Avenue at McDonald's and continue on South B Avenue (0.4 miles).
- End at 1315 South B.
Note: Ample parking, with no charge, is available on the south side of the courthouse.
What To Wear
Please report for jury service wearing respectable clothes. As a general rule, business or business-casual clothing is acceptable. The following types of clothing are not suitable for court proceedings: shorts; tube tops; halter tops; clothing that contains any obscene, suggestive, or inflammatory print or images; and clothes that are overly dirty or ragged.
Absences & Emergencies
Failure to report for jury duty when notified may result in contempt of court and could be punishable as such. If an emergency prevents your attendance, please call the jury coordinator at (515) 382-7418.
Travel, Mileage & Other Expenses
Jurors are reimbursed for travel to and from the courthouse at a rate approved by the Supreme Court.
Pursuant to state law, you will be paid $30 a day for each day of jury service up to seven days; $50 a day for eight or more days of service. You may waive the right to compensation, which will help reduce the state's cost of operating the court system.
Telephone Fraud Involving Jury Duty
The judicial system does not contact people telephonically about jury service and ask for personal information such as your Social Security number, date of birth, or credit card numbers.
There have been reports of individuals contacting citizens in regard to jury duty and identifying themselves as court employees. These individuals say they are calling to verify names and Social Security numbers and then ask for credit card numbers; this could be an attempt to defraud you.
The Iowa courts do not contact people telephonically and ask for personal information as described above. If you receive such a call do not provide any personal or confidential information to these individuals, you should contact your local law enforcement agency or the clerk of court in your county.