In accordance with the Court's ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic, all jurors summoned to appear through April 24, 2020 have been excused from Jury Service.
At this time, we do not know if jurors will be needed the weeks of April 27th and May 4th. Please complete your summons on-line as instructed and continue to monitor this website or the call-in line of (509) 477-4720 for updated information closer to those dates. Thank you.
1116 W. Broadway Avenue
Spokane, WA 99260
The Spokane County Courthouse will be closed in 2020, for the following Holidays:
January 20 - (Jury Orientation will take place on Tuesday, January 21)
February 17 - (Jury Orientation will take place on Tuesday, February 18)
May 25 - (Jury Orientation will take place on Tuesday, May 26)
September 7 - (Jury Orientation will take place on Tuesday, September 8)
November 26 & 27
About Jury Duty
Jury duty is an essential element of our judicial system in America. Trial by jury is provided as a constitutional right. Jury duty is one of the privileges of citizenship in the United States. By state law, jurors are selected at random from a Master List generated in Olympia, Washington.
The Jury Office is responsible for the management of juror services for the Superior Court, including qualifying and processing of hundreds of persons weekly for juries throughout Spokane County, Washington. The Jury Office responds to judges' requests for jury panels, as well as the coordination and direction of jurors to courtrooms. In addition, the Jury Office updates records, disburses juror fees, provides an orientation for new jurors, responds to telephone inquiries, reschedules juror's term, excuses disqualified jurors, and oversees the general comfort of jurors.