SULLIVAN COUNTY JUROR INFORMATION
IN CASE OF INCLEMENT WEATHER, PLEASE LISTEN TO YOUR LOCAL RADIO STATIONS
(THUNDER COUNTRY 102, WVOS 95.9, OR WSUL 98.3) FOR ANY CANCELLATIONS OR DELAYS.
IN ADDITION, PLEASE REFER TO THIS WEB PAGE OR CALL 1-800-449-2819 FOR ANY UPDATED INFORMATION.
Grand Jurors and Town/Village Jurors: Check your summons for instructions.
Daily Reporting Message for Trial Jurors
summoned for the term beginning MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2017:
All trial jurors are on "standby". Trial jurors report for service only when instructed.
These instructions are updated daily after 5:00 p.m.
Reporting instructions for Monday, December 11:
(You may also call 800-449-2819 to hear a recorded message)
The Commissioner of Jurors thanks all jurors
for your time, cooperation and contribution to our system of justice.
Absence or Emergency If illness or emergency prevents you from reporting, please call our office at 845 791 3570 after 8:30 AM on the day you are to report.
Accessibility If you have a disability and need accommodation, call 845 791 3570 or 1-800-662-1220 for relay call.
Court Hours Court normally operates from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM, with a lunch hour and breaks throughout the day. Court sessions rarely continue beyond 4:30 PM.
Electronics Cell phones and other electronic devices may be used in the jury assembly room and other waiting areas. They must be turned off during jury selection and trial. There is public access Wi-Fi in the County courthouse. There are computer work stations in the jury assembly room.
Meals There is a mid-day lunch break every day. You may bring a bagged lunch with you. A refrigerator is located in the jury assembly room.
Parking/Transportation The court does not pay for transportation fares, parking fees or parking violations. Parking near the courthouse is limited; please allow sufficient time to locate parking. Additional parking is available on the corner of Broadway and St. John Street in the Village of Monticello.
Security Court Officers are stationed throughout the court. Members of the public must pass through a magnetometer to enter.