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Attention San Tan Valley Residents: Jury Service Questionnaires are in the Mail

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In a recent civic update for Pinal County, a significant jury duty process is underway that directly involves residents of the San Tan Valley. This week, 37,000 residents across Pinal County found jury service questionnaires in their mailboxes, a critical step in the formation of the county's jury pool.

If you're among those who received this questionnaire, it's essential to understand its purpose and the subsequent steps you need to take. It's worth noting that receiving a questionnaire does not equate to a jury summons. Instead, it's the initial phase where potential jurors are identified through a random selection process utilizing data from the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division and Pinal County Voter Registration.

Upon receiving the questionnaire, all recipients are expected to answer comprehensively and return it promptly. The preferred method of submission is online, offering several benefits: it's time-efficient, resource-saving, ensures the security of your information, and is conveniently accessible from anywhere. Of course, if online submission is not feasible for you, mailing back the completed questionnaire is still an option.

For those who might have health issues or other legitimate reasons that could exempt them from serving on a jury, it is critical to submit the necessary Medical Form alongside the questionnaire. The process allows for these documents to be mailed or uploaded online, ensuring that your circumstances are duly considered.

Here are key takeaways for responding to your jury service questionnaire:

  1. Complete and return the questionnaire promptly, within ten days, to avoid any legal penalties.
  2. Utilize the online submission method for convenience and efficiency.
  3. If you have legitimate reasons to be excused from jury duty, ensure you provide the required documentation.
  4. For any questions or further clarification, residents can call: 520-509-3555.

Fulfilling this civic duty is a shared responsibility that ensures the justice system functions fairly and effectively. San Tan Valley residents' prompt and responsible participation in this process reflects our community's commitment to upholding justice and civic engagement. So, if you've received your questionnaire, take action swiftly and be a vital part of this essential democratic process.
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