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Superior Court Daily Juror Instructions

Superior Courthouse
March 20, 2020
Example of a Superior Court Jury Summons

At this time Jury Administration is working remotely, if you have any juror questions, please call 770-528-3356 or 770-528-1760 and leave a message and jury administration will return your call.


The Superior Court of Cobb County has excused all jurors who were scheduled to report for jury service for the weeks as follows:

April 13, 2020

April 20, 2020

Jurors will not be required to report for jury duty and will not be rescheduled at this time. 

Chief Judge Reuben Green, along with all our Cobb Superior Court Judges,  would like to thank you for your commitment to our community and county.


During the next thirty days , we strongly encourage that all jurors submit any questions or request for postponements or exemptions  by mail, email or fax.  The information is listed in the top left hand corner of the jury summons and on our website   

Thank you, Jury Administration.


Welcome to the Superior Court Jury Administration information page.    If you have received a jury summons, please read the information provided on the front and back of the summons. If you are no longer a resident of Cobb County, please fax or email a document, such as a utility bill or driver's license, showing your name and current address. If you need to obtain an exemption form please visit our website at and print a copy of the affidavit needed. Full-time students who request for an exemption, must submit class enrollment verification from the Registrar's Office stating you are a full-time student at the time of your service date. Medical Affidavits, child care affidavits  and  70 & over affidavits are  located on your jury summons.

All requests for postponements or exemptions from jury duty must be made in writing. The email address and the Fax number are printed in the top left hand corner of your  jury summons. Please submit your name, the date you are summoned and a brief reason for your  postponement request. The Court will respond back to you in writing. Postponements and or exemptions request cannot be made over the telephone. Thank you .