Juror Duty

Jury Duty for the week of July 18 - 22

To all jurors scheduled for the July jury term at the Kirkland Municipal Court, the jury message recording 425-587-3181 as well as this page will be updated on July 13th with the new trial schedule for the July jury pool.       

July Trial Schedule

Monday, July 18, 2022 - To be determined (TBD)

Tuesday, July 19, 2022 - TBD

Wednesday, July 20, 2022 - TBD

Thursday, July 21, 2022 - TBD

Friday, July 22, 2022 - No trials scheduled

Prospective jurors, please review the Juror Duty Video before your scheduled appearance. 

As always, thank you for your willingness to serve as a juror.  

John R. Olson, Presiding Judge

NOTICE for July 2022 Jurors:  Jury trials are held in person rather than by virtual hearing.  Masks are recommended for all case participants including jurors reporting to the Kirkland Municipal Court building on the date summonsed. 

Email: jury@kirklandwa.gov   

Juror Information Line: 425-587-3181

Kirkland Municipal Court is located in the Kirkland Justice Center, 11740 N.E. 118TH Street, Kirkland, Washington 98034

If you have questions or concerns about Juror Duty service, you may call the office line at 425-587-3160, Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM and 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM.
    
JURY SERVICE:
Jurors are summoned randomly.  Jurors serving at Kirkland Municipal Court must be American citizens and residents of King County. Please read your juror summons for information detailing special circumstances allowing exemption from jury duty.   For more information on jury service, you may refer to the Jury Information Guide.
 

JUROR PARKING:
Jurors may park for free at the Kirkland Justice Center.  Overflow parking is available on 118th Street as well.

JURY SCAM ALERT **
Kirkland Municipal Court would like to alert our residents to jury duty scams that are becoming more prevalent across the country and around Washington.   We greatly value our citizens willing to serve on jury duty and are very concerned that you might become victims of a scam artist and using the name of the court to do so. Please be aware that citizens in several Washington Counties as well as around the country have lost large sums of money.  Here is how it usually happens:  an individual calls or e-mails and claims that you have missed jury duty.  They indicate, as a result, a warrant has been issued for your arrest and/or that the Sheriff is on route to arrest you, and demand payment, a credit card number, or a social security number for failure to appear for jury duty.  Employees of Kirkland Municipal Court will never ask for payment over the phone or by e-mail.  Court officials will also never ask for you to purchase a pre-paid card, provide cash or a check to pay for failure to appear for jury duty. Never give out personal information by phone or e-mail.  Please report any suspicious activity of this kind to your local law enforcement agency.