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You will need to complete the top portion of the affidavit and have your signature notarized.
The physician who treats the person for whom you provide care will need to complete the bottom portion of the form and have their signature witnessed by someone in their office.
All requests for temporary deferment should be received by our office at least one week prior to your scheduled jury duty.
Requests received less than a week prior to your scheduled jury duty may not be considered. If you are a full-time student at a college, university, vocation school, or other post-secondary school and are enrolled and taking classes or exams during the week you have been summoned for jury duty, you may download an affidavit and complete the portion for Full-Time Student.
You may download an affidavit and complete the portion for Over 70 Years of Age.
If you have vacation plans, business obligations, a doctor's appointment or some other type of conflict during the same week you are to report for jury duty, you may request a one-time deferment.
You may complete the questionnaire that was enclosed with your summons, listing your current address, answering the question regarding residency in Clayton County, sign and date the questionnaire and mail it back to our office.
If you do not have your questionnaire, you may download an affidavit and complete the portion for a Non-Resident of Clayton County.
There is an affidavit that you will need to have your doctor complete.
You will need to list the next two full weeks that you would be available to serve.
This may be your Spring Break, Christmas Break, etc.
Our office will comply with the doctor's medical opinion and either permanently defer you or grant you a temporary deferment.
If you are 70 years of age or older and do not wish to serve, you may request to be permanently deferred.
Submit the original form along with a copy of the front of your driver's license and the front of your green card.