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: The Florida Jury Selection Blog

Update on Juror Pay

By Robert W. Kelley, Esq.


The section of The Florida Jury Selection blog dealing with juror pay has been updated thanks to the work of my brilliant law clerk, Kristin Bianculli. One of the most common concerns of potential jurors during voir dire is whether they will get paid while they are serving on a jury. State law only requiresthe government to pay jurors a very small amount for their service, and imposes no obligation at all on private employers. In researching this issue Kristin discovered there are some local County ordinances which require some private employers to pay some employees for all or a portion of the time they serve on the jury. The Broward County ordinance has been added to the Blog and others will be in the near future.

Full post as published by The Florida Jury Selection Blog on April 02, 2008 (boomark / email).

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