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286th District Court

Jury Service is a Civic Duty and a Privilege


Below are the steps to your online submission process.



All Jurors, please report to the Cochran County District Courtroom, by 9:00am.


REMINDER: Proper Clothing Required. No shorts, halter/tank tops flip flops, or hats.

The 286th District Court has replaced several hours of sitting in a packed courtroom being questioned by the District Judge with a simple questionnaire.

As a potential juror, you must follow the instructions on this page.

Step 1: Check in and Complete Juror Questionnaire                                                                                                   Please have Juror summons in hand, to input your juror number and password, then answer each question on questionnaire. (Note: Please use phone, or if using desktop computer or laptop use firefox or chrome)


Step 2: Watch Your Email After completion of questionnaire, you will be notified through your email if you are exempt or not.  If you are not exempt, an email will come from the Court Coordinator with instructions on when and where to appear.

Step 3: Appear as Summoned Unless you have received an email from the Court excusing you from further participation, you must appear at the time and date listed on your juror summons. Please dress appropriately and be prompt.

COVID19 Protocols We have taken every precaution to protect the health and safety of everyone in the Jury System. When arriving at the Courthouse a temperature check will be conducted, and you will be screened for COVID-like symptoms before being allowed to enter the building. Masks will be available. No one who meets any of the following criteria will be granted entrance into the courthouse.

> you are experiencing or have experienced within the prior 10 days, any COVID19, cold or flu-like symptoms,

>you have within the prior 14 days been in prolonged close contact with someone with a probable or confirmed case of COVID19 and are not fully vaccinated, or

>you have been diagnosed with a probable or confirmed case of COVID19 within the prior 10 days.

286th District Court of Texas - Judge Pat Phelan