Don’t we all just love jury duty?
No? Let’s see if we can change your mind today.
Truth is, I bet more of you despise jury duty than not.
Well, what if you could do it from the comfort of your home?
Have I peaked your interest yet?
What if I also told you that your average case will only last you 35 minutes?
I think you’re beginning to like the idea of jury duty. I also think you should sign up to be an eJuror for ejury.com.
What Does An eJuror Do?
An eJuror does everything that your average juror would do. The only exception is that the cases aren’t exactly real per se. Allow me to explain.
eJury.com gives attorneys the chance to use eJurors to gauge how a case may go. So your input is greatly appreciated and important, but you won’t be deciding anyone’s fate.
How Much Does An eJuror Make?
eJurors are paid on a case by case basis. The average pay is between $5 and $10 a case.
What Are The Requirements?
The requirements are the same as jury duty in the U.S. You must:
- be at least 18 years of age;
- be a citizen of the United States;
- be of sound mind and good moral character;
- be able to read and write;
- have never been convicted of a felony; and
- not be under indictment or other legal accusation of misdemeanor theft or felony theft or any felony charge.
Where To Sign Up?
If you want to cut straight to the chase and sign up. Here you go!