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Fulton County Jury

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FULTON COUNTY JURY INFORMATION
Daily Reporting Message for Trial Jurors
December 2017
 
 All trial jurors are on “standby.” Trial jurors report for service only when instructed to do so.
Grand Jurors and Town/Village Jurors  check your summons for instructions.  
These instructions are updated daily after 5:00 p.m.
You may also call 518-736-5550 to hear a recorded message.
 
 

The Commissioner and staff would like to wish you a happy and joyous Holiday Season.

 
The Commissioner of Jurors thanks all jurors
for your time, cooperation and contribution to our system of justice.

Links
 
(This is NOT Part H) 
(Trial jurors only)  
 
 
Commissioner of Jurors
 
223 W. Main St. Johnstown NY 12095
Room 12
(518) 736-5550
Fax: (518) 736-5551
 Court Locations
 
Fulton County Courthouse
223 W. Main St. Johnstown NY 12095
Trial Jurors Report as instructed
Grand Jurors Report to Rm. 1
Town/Village Jurors call taped message for reporting instructions and location.

 


                                                                                                       General Information​ ​

 
Absence or Emergency ​   ​If illness or emergency prevents you from reporting, please call our office at (518) 736-5550 after 9:00 a.m. on the day you are to report.
 
Accessibility   If you have a disability and need accommodation, call (518) 736-5550 or 1-800-662-1220 for relay call.
 
Court Hours   Court normally operates from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., with a lunch hour and breaks throughout the day.  Court sessions rarely continue beyond 5:00 p.m. Court hours for July and August are 8 AM to 4 PM.
 
Electronics​  ​Cell phones and other electronic devices may be used in the jury assembly rooms and other waiting areas.  They must be turned off during jury selection and trial.
 
Meals ​​There is a mid-day lunch break every day. 
 
Parking/Transportation The court does not pay for transportation fares, parking fees or parking violations. Park at the Office for Aging, corner of N. William and W. State St.
 
Security  ​Court Officers are stationed throughout the court.  Members of the public must pass through a magnetometer to enter.  Please arrive early and allow extra time for this process.