Use this service to reply to a letter (‘summons’) asking you to do jury service. You can:

  • confirm you can go
  • say why you’re not available
  • request help you’ll need at the court, for example because you’re disabled

You can reply for someone else if they give you permission.

This service is also available in Welsh (Cymraeg).

You must reply within 7 days of getting the letter.

You’ll need your:

  • juror number - find this on your summons letter
  • name and address exactly as they’re shown on the letter - you can correct any mistakes when you reply

You might get a fine of up to £1,000 if you do not reply to a jury summons or you lie to avoid jury service.

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Before you start

Help using the online service

Contact the Jury Central Summoning Bureau if you do not feel confident using a computer.

Jury Central Summoning Bureau
jurysummoning@justice.gov.uk
Telephone: 0300 456 1024
Monday to Thursday, 9am to 5pm
Friday, 9am to 3pm
Find out about call charges

Reply by post

Complete your jury summons form and return it within 7 days. The jury summons includes a stamped and addressed envelope.

If you’ve lost the envelope, send the form to the Jury Central Summoning Bureau.

Jury Central Summoning Bureau
Pocock Street
London
SE1 0BJ