Below are links for courthouse locations, recorded message phone numbers, and email addresses for each court location. Click on the city link for detailed courthouse directions, parking information, and phone numbers if you need to speak with someone in person.
Jury Administration Line, 1-800-296-6577
Automated Jury Information System (AJIS), 855-405-2136
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Email address: email@example.com
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Email address: email@example.com
Automated Juror Information System (AJIS)
All federal jurors will communicate with the court through AJIS, an automated voice messaging system. This system will provide jurors with call-in access to their reporting instructions with greater flexibility and faster access to individualized information. Please make sure you have provided the court with a PRIMARY telephone number where you may be contacted with no call blocking, auto attendant or ID restrictions of any kind. If you have an answering machine, please make sure to regularly review your messages during your term of service.
How Do I Use AJIS?
• Dial the court's toll-free line: 1-855-405-2136
• Listen carefully and follow each AJIS user-friendly voice prompt.
• You will be asked to enter your 9-digit participant number. Your participant number can be found on your Juror Summons immediately below your name and address.
• Do not discard your paperwork that contains your participant number, juror number, and AJIS call-in line information until your service is complete. You should have this information readily available on all call-in and reporting dates.
It is very important that you call in on the dates contained in your juror instructions because reporting times may change or you may be told that you do not need to report at all. If you have an answering machine, please make sure to regularly review your messages during your term of service.
In the event of an unforeseeable change in the court's schedule, AJIS will be programmed to issue an outgoing alert to you. Therefore it is important that you have provided the court with a primary telephone number where you may be contacted with no call blocking, auto attendant or ID restrictions of any kind. If you do not receive a cancellation alert because of such restrictions, and you report unnecessarily, you will not be compensated.