Susan Frye, Clerk of Forsyth County Superior Court
21st District of North Carolina

Jury Service

ATTENTION JURORS:   This page will be updated DAILY AFTER 5:00 P.M for the next day. Forsyth County calls in NEW jurors daily Monday-Thursday. PLEASE pay close attention to the DATE on your jury summons to make sure you are needed for the DATE we are requesting below. Your jury service in Forsyth County is good for one day, or one trial.


There is free parking for Jurors at three (3) locations (click on free parking for Jurors to see map), Liberty Plaza (Northwest corner of Second and Liberty Street) and BB&T Triad Park (Southwest corner of Second and Liberty Street) both located on Liberty Street or, for oversize vehicles the lot next to Old City Hall (Southeast corner of Second and Main Street) with entrances on N. Church St and N. Main St.

If you elect to park in any other location the Clerk’s Office cannot validate your parking pass.

All jurors needed are required to use the MAIN STREET ENTRANCE to enter the building in the morning. At this entrance security officers will  move all Jurors to the front of the line who show their summons. Security officers will try to move jurors through as quickly as possible in keeping with proper security procedures.

Please understand the Forsyth County Hall of Justice is a secured building and you will not be able to enter until 8:00 am.

 Jurors who are needed to report will need to bring your:

Jury summons

Parking ticket for validation

Please review the Frequently Asked Questions  for more information.

Jurors summoned to report for Jury Duty on:

Date: Monday, March 28, 2016

Juror Numbers: 1-190

Jurors with numbers listed above will need to report promptly at 8:00am.

All Jurors should plan on serving until 5:00pm.

 Please Note: All IMPANELED jurors MUST follow the instructions provided to them by the Judge/Jury Clerk.

If your number is not listed above you do not need to report. If your number is listed and you fail to report  North Carolina General Statute Chapter 9-13 states that any person summoned for jury service who fails to appear as directed and attend until duly discharged is subject to a maximum fine of $50.00 (per N.C.G.S. § 9-13) as well as potentially subject to the contempt powers of the Court.

To see a calendar of the previous numbers called click here and scroll up or down to see additional months.