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Common Pleas Court I, Judge Collier

Welcome to Jury Duty

We have put together this information for our prospective jurors. We hope this will answer any questions you may have concerning your jury service. If you have additional questions, feel free to contact Terry George, the court bailiff. She will be glad to talk to you.

There are 156,000 Medina County residents. Of this number approximately 120,000 are jury eligible. These 120,000 prospective jurors are randomly selected from the database of registered voters. Each year, approximately 10,000 of the eligible people are selected to serve as jurors in Medina County. This means each year you have a one in ten chance to be selected as a juror. These 10,000 prospective jurors are divided among four Courts: Medina County Common Pleas Court – Courtroom #1 with Judge Collier, Medina County Common Pleas Court – Courtroom #2 with Judge Kimbler, Medina Municipal Court with Judge Chase, and Wadsworth Municipal Court with Judge McIlvaine.


Parking is available behind the courthouse. Surface parking and a parking deck are both available. There is no charge for parking.

After you park, enter the Courthouse through the rear entrance and proceed to the Clerk of Court’s Office on the first floor. You must check in with the Clerk of Court’s Office before your jury service. From the clerk’s office, go to the second floor and have a seat in the rear of Courtroom Number 1. The bailiff will be out shortly to give you instructions.

Jury Service

A new jury is selected for each week of the month. Some trials can be completed in a single day, while other trials last longer. Generally, you will not be required to serve beyond the week that you are scheduled. However, on rare occasions, a trial may last longer than one week. If this is the case, the court will advise you on your first day of jury service so that you may make arrangements at home or at work. The juror questionnaire requests that you call the following number Friday, prior to your service the next week, to be assured that we will need you to appear on Monday:

Toll free: 844-722-2232, then 3


The Court is generally in session from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with a lunch break around noon. Once the jury begins to deliberate you could be here late that night depending on the status of your deliberations.

Proof of Jury Service

You may obtain an affidavit form from the Clerk of Court’s office at the conclusion of each day’s service. You will receive $20.00 per day for each day you serve as a juror. The Clerk of Court’s office will send a check to you about one month after your jury duty is completed.


Jury service is one of the most important civic responsibilities a citizen can perform. We understand that each juror makes a sacrifice by serving as a juror. The reward you receive from this service to your community will far outweigh any sacrifice you make. The quality of justice in Medina County depends on you.

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