For the latest update on jury selection and trials, please call 912-764-0466 AFTER 5:00 pm.
THE NEXT JURY SELECTION IS SEPTEMBER 4, 2018
Jury selection the the State Court of Bulloch County is scheduled at 8:00 am on Tuesday, September 4, 2018 at the Bulloch County Courthouse, 2 North Main Street, Statesboro GA
At this time, all jurors summoned need to report for check-in at 8:00 on September 4th.
Please check the message center at 912.764.0466 for any updates or changes.
Your juror number can be found near the top of the jury summons notice you received in the mail.
Thank you for your service.
If you have a valid legal excuse for removal from the jury list or deferral of jury duty to the next term, you must fill out and submit a “Deferral” form to the Clerk’s Office in the Bulloch County Judicial Annex, 2 Siebald Street, Statesboro, Georgia. Please note that you are not deferred from jury duty and must appear at jury duty unless you hear directly from the Judge’s office that your deferral request has been approved . A copy of the Deferral Form which you may fill out prior to visiting the Clerk’s Office follows below.
Juror Information Form
With your juror notice, you were mailed a Juror Information Form. Please fill out the Juror Information Form in advance and bring it to jury selection. If you have lost your Juror Information Form, a copy that you may use follows below.
Where to go for State Court jury duty
The State Court of Bulloch County is located in the historic Bulloch County Courthouse in the center of downtown Statesboro, Georgia, at 2 North Main Street. The Courthouse is a large red structure with white trim and a clock tower. The Courthouse is located on U.S. Highway 301 and State Route 67.
In addition to spaces which may be available on the streets surrounding the Courthouse, public parking is available behind the Bulloch County Judicial Annex across Courtland and Siebald Streets from the Courthouse. Public parking is also available down Courtland Street at the intersection with Oak Street, behind the Magistrate Court on Oak Street, and in front of the U.S. Post Office at the intersection of West Main and College Streets.