ALL TRIALS FOR NOVEMBER 30, 2020 HAVE BEEN RESOLVED.
ALL JURORS ARE COMPLETELY EXCUSED.
DO NOT REPORT FOR JURY DUTY ON NOVEMBER 30, 2020.
The State Trial Courts of Davidson County, Tennessee are acutely aware of the legitimate health concerns people may have about the Covid-19 pandemic. Click here for our operational protocols.
Alert – Jury Duty Scam: Please note that we will never call you and ask for money to cancel a warrant or ask you for confidential information. If you receive a call from anyone that ask you for money, hang up immediately and call 615-862-8600 to file a report.
The trial judges of the Trial Courts Twentieth Judicial District of Davidson County welcome you to your jury service. This Web site was created with the intention to provide useful information concerning jury duty for the State Trial Courts in Davidson County. Please use the links to the left of this page to guide you through our Web site. We hope that all of your questions are answered.
The right to a trial by jury is the privilege of every person in the United States, whether citizen or alien. This right is guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution. It is also assured to all Tennesseans by our state constitution. The Tennessee Constitution, first adopted in 1797, provides, “the right of trial by jury shall remain inviolate…”
Complete Your Qualification Form Online!
The 20th Judicial District of the State of Tennessee is proud to announce that jurors may now complete their jury qualification form online. You may also request to be excused or postponed from jury duty.
Click here to complete the form