What if I am self-employed?

Nebraska law does not provide exemptions for self-employed people.  Most jury trials last on average one to three days. You can let the Jury Commission know prior to being notified to report if you need extra notice and we will do our best to assist you. 

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1. When do I report for jury service?
2. What if I cannot serve?
3. What if I am unable to serve during the dates on my summons?
4. How do I request a postponement or to be excused?
5. What if I'm over 70 years old?
6. What if I’m a full time student and am not able to serve?
7. What are the qualifications to serve as a juror?
8. What may disqualify me as a juror?
9. What if I am unable to serve due to my health?
10. What if I have moved out of Lancaster County?
11. What if I do not read or speak English?
12. What if I care for a child or adult with a medical condition?
13. What if I need special accommodations?
14. What if I am a nursing mother?
15. What if I am self-employed?
16. What if my request to be excused is denied?
17. What are the operating hours of the Courts?
18. Where is the Jury Commission office?
19. Is the Jury Commissioner elected or appointed?
20. Where do I report for jury service?
21. Where do I park?
22. Will I get paid for jury service?
23. How do I get paid for jury service?
24. What items are prohibited in the Hall of Justice?
25. How do jurors get picked for jury duty?
26. Why do I have to serve as a juror?
27. Will my employer allow me to take time off for jury service?
28. What if I need a statement to show my employer the days I served on jury duty?
29. How long does a trial take?
30. What happens if there is inclement weather?
31. What if I am called as a grand juror?