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General Jury Information
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Summoned for jury duty? Please have your Juror ID ready, click to access the New Mexico Juror Portal.
UPDATE: COVID-19 Changes Effective After March 31, 2023 in New Mexico Courthouses
After March 31, 2023, the following changes will take effect in New Mexico Courthouses:
- Masking & Screening Questions for Jurors: Screening questions and masks for Jurors will no longer be required after March 31, 2023, although masks will be available for any juror who chooses to wear one.
- Masking: No longer required after March 31, 2023.
- Physical Distancing: No longer required after March 31, 2023.
- Events and Gathering Limitations: No longer required after March 31, 2023.
Jury Duty Instructions
Each juror is mailed a “Summons to Jury Service.” This document includes the following information:
- Term of Service,
- Juror ID Number,
- Juror Sequence Number,
- Court Website,
- Court Email,
- Court Telephone Number.
Jurors are randomly assigned an individual Juror Sequence Number for the jury term. This number will identify you and is how you will know when you are required to report.
NOTIFICATION: Jurors are required to call the specific court where they will be serving on jury duty beginning on Friday after business hours through the weekend to listen to a recorded message to hear if their juror sequence number has been selected for jury service for the following week.
The recording will contain the following information (it is important that you listen to the entire message).
- Jurors are informed by juror sequence number as to what time and date to be present.
- Jurors not scheduled to come in are informed when to call again for further information.
- Jurors are informed to call the evening prior to a scheduled trial to check if the trial has been cancelled or if it is still scheduled.
It is imperative that jurors call as instructed and be present when requested to do so.
EXCUSALS: If you need to be excused for doctor’s appointments, vacations, etc., during your term, you must call the court as soon as you know you need time off (preferably at least two weeks in advance). Jurors are assigned to trials about one week before a scheduled trial. If you have not provided the court with excusal dates in advance, you will not be excused from serving.
Juror forms and additional information is available on the New Mexico Administrative Office of the Courts Jury Service Page.
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|Grant County District Court
Grant County Courthouse
201 North Cooper St. 1st Floor
P.O. Box 2339 88062
Silver City, New Mexico 88061
|Luna County District Court
Luna County Judicial Complex
855 S. Platinum
Deming, New Mexico 88030
|Hidalgo County District Court
Hidalgo County Courthouse
P.O. Box 608
Lordsburg, New Mexico 88045
|Grant County I – Magistrate Court
214 North Black Street
Silver City, NM 88061
|Luna County I – Magistrate Court
912 South Silver Street
Deming, NM 88030
|Hidalgo County I – Magistrate Court
420 W. Wabash Avenue
Lordsburg, NM 88045
|Grant County II – Magistrate Court
701 Central Avenue
Bayard, NM 88023