Do you want to increase your juror attendance?

Juror Calling is made specifically for court clerks. It is an easy and affordable way to take away the confusion of miscommunication and communicates important messages to jurors in a timely fashion. The Juror Notification software can call, text, and email your jurors, this web-based system is able to notify your jurors of cancellations, changed court times, and send reminders of upcoming court dates and times.

This software is indispensable for last minute notification of bad weather, trial cancellation, dismissal, and rescheduling. Also, a detailed report is provided showing the progress of each voice messages, email and text messages. Jurors appreciate the timely notifications/reminders, Judges marvel at the numbers of jurors that arrive for trials and court clerks rave about the convenience. Messages go out within minutes after you launch the notification or can be scheduled for a later time or day. It ensures that everyone gets the same message.

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Juror Calling is made specifically for court clerks. It is an easy and affordable way to take away the confusion of miscommunication and communicates important messages in a timely fashion.

Juror Calling is easy to use, it takes the burden off the Juror to call in as to when to report, it is much more efficient and effective than the old method, I do not have to pull an excessive number of jurors now, because I typically have 99% attendance, It is indispensable for last minute notifications when we have bad weather, trial cancellation, dismissal and rescheduling

Mr. Paul Flanagan, Circuit Clerk at Raleigh County Circuit Court

Juror Calling, has made communicating with jurors easier. Juror Calling has raised the bar to a new level of quick communication. I am very satisfied with Juror Calling, and the great support that they provide!

Bruce DeWees, Circuit Clerk of Jackson County

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