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Please have your juror badge number and your PIN number ready. They are located on the front page in the lower left-hand section of your summons.

If you are exhibiting respiratory symptoms, shortness of breath, coughing, headache, flu-like symptoms, etc. you should not report for jury duty. Instead, contact Jury Services right away.

If you have been exposed to someone who has recently tested positive for COVID-19, please do not report for jury service. Please contact Jury Services to reschedule your service.

Per court order, all persons entering a court facility must wear a face mask or covering.

Some of the court's COVID-Safe practices include: reduced seating thresholds; no-contact juror check-in; and protective Plexiglas installed, wherever possible.

Protecting the health and well-being of citizens who ensure our American system of justice works is our highest priority.

Thank you for your service.

For General Information regarding Jury Service Instructions, directions to the Courthouse, what to do if you have lost your summons or require a work certificate, or if you need other


MARCH 12, 2020



general information, see links below:


Santa Barbara County Superior Court officials are aware of a scam in which identity thieves target local residents and threaten them for failing to report for jury service.  These perpetrators then ask for confidential information.  Jury Services staff NEVER ask for Social Security Numbers, credit card numbers, bank account numbers or other confidential and sensitive information.  Information such as this is not contained within our database and we do not request this information from the juror.  We urge all members of the public to be aware of such scams and be careful whenever you reveal confidential information over the telephone.  Do not give out such information over the phone to anyone who calls you claiming to be with the jury office of the Superior Court.

The court is aware of such activity in Santa Barbara County.  A similar scam has also been reported in Ventura County.  If you receive such a telephone call please contact your local law enforcement agency.



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