Denver, CO asked in Gov & Administrative Law for Colorado

Q: i've been called for jury duty in summit county, co, but i moved 2 months ago to another county. do i still have to go?

i no longer live in summit county. I moved to jefferson county 2 months ago. do i still have to do jury duty?

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Michael Joseph Larranaga
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  • Parker, CO
  • Licensed in Colorado

A: You may wish to reach out to the contact person listed on the jury duty notice. They may just dismiss you. If no one is listed, you should be able to look up the contact person on the court's website.

But if you are unable to get ahold of anyone then show up and let the staff know.

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Sincerely,

Michael Larranaga

Larranaga Law

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