When reporting, please bring your jury postcard summons. 

The Court has self-service kiosks that enable jurors to check-in or complete the questionnaire on their scheduled jury service date.

Using the Juror Portal, you may elect to provide the Court with your telephone number or email address to receive updates regarding your required reporting (normal text messaging fees apply).  Any telephone or email information collected will not be shared or forwarded to any third party.

Or contact the court after 5:00 pm the day before your appearance date to find out if you need to report for jury service.  A recorded message will advise you of your required reporting or call-in schedule. 

Jury representatives at the Superior Court of California, County of San Bernardino are available during our normal business hours, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday.  If you need to speak with a representative, please call either (909) 884-1858 or 1-866-402-5879 or email Jury@sb-court.org.

Note: If you cannot reach us by telephone, or have not been excused, you must appear at the court location listed on your summons.

Hours for Jury Administration - 8:00 am to 4:00 pm (Monday – Friday). Our online and automated systems are available 24/7.

Parking Information

Parking is limited at many court locations.  View parking information here.

Dress Code

Acceptable court attire is business or business casual dress (jeans are allowed). No shorts, tank tops, crop tops or bare feet are permitted.

Weapons Screening

When entering any courthouse you will be required to go through an airport style weapon screening device. Your handbag, briefcase, backpack, and all containers will be x-rayed.  Objects like scissors, nail clippers, and knitting needles are not allowed in the courthouse.  Click here to view the list of prohibited items. All weapons and any items deemed dangerous by the Sheriff’s Department will be confiscated.  

Cell Phone Policy

Cell phones with cameras are permitted within the courthouse.  They cannot be used to photograph, record, or broadcast from within the courthouse without prior court approval. Use of a cell phone to photograph, record, or broadcast from within the courthouse without prior court approval may subject the user to confiscation of the item misused, a citation for contempt of court or an order imposing monetary sanctions as provided by law pursuant to California Rules of Court, Rule 1.150 and local court rules.

Wireless Internet Access

The San Bernardino Superior Court provides free wireless internet access for jurors serving at each court.

Proof of Attendance

Prospective jurors that are asked to report to the courthouse can obtain a verification slip for each day of service. This verification slip is stamped with the date of service, or to obtain an electronic verification slip click here. It is the responsibility of each juror to request appropriate documentation for his/her employer.