To supply each Collin County District, County-Court-at-Law, and J. P. Court a pool of prospective jurors from which to select a fair and impartial jury in every case requesting a jury trial. To see that each juror receives the compensation entitled to them for the number of days served on a Collin County jury.
The Texas Supreme Court issued it's 17th Emergency Order on Wednesday, May 27, 2020. The new order ammends exisiting provisions and extends the previous deadlines. Jury trials are to be authorized according to the latest 17th Emergency Order
972-424-1460 ext. 4315 (Metro)
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Jury Service Instructions
Instructions were included with your summons/questionnaire because courts may cancel a panel prior to your summons date and jurors may not be needed. Please follow these instructions to determine your jury service prior to your visit to the courthouse.
Jurors may check the reporting status after 5 p.m. on the workday prior to the requested date of service. If a panel is needed you will continue to see your reporting information and you are expected to attend.
If you are NOT NEEDED you will see a message DO NOT APPEAR or DISMISSED. You will not need to check your status repeatedly. This will
not satisfy your service as a juror and your name will be returned to the pool for future jury summons.
Jurors who appear
without checking the status of their jury service
- May not receive credit for attendance
- Will not satisfy the 24 month exemption
- May not be paid
To check the status of your jury service, log into the
eJuror Online Jury Services system.
Online Juror Services
We provide the
eJuror Online Jury Services system for individuals who have received a Jury Summons. The system allows you to complete the juror questionnaire, obtain a deferment, enter a legal disqualification or exemption, check the status of your summons, or obtain an attendance letter for your employer.
Most questions can be answered within the eJuror application under the excuse/disqualification link.
Residents who have received a jury summons in the mail will use the
eJuror Online Jury Services system to do the following:
- Complete the jury questionnaire
Please Note: You will need to
keep the summons postcard to bring with you on your jury service date.
- Get a
- Enter disqualification/excuses criteria
Determine if you need to appear
- View a
map for directions to the court facility to which you need to report
- Obtain an
attendance letter for your employer after your jury service is complete
You must enter your Juror ID Number AND date of birth to perform any of the services listed above.
Public Alert: Scam Emails
Please Note: Collin County is aware of an email scam in which emails purporting to come from the court system are infecting recipients computers with viruses. These emails, instructing recipients to report on a specified date and time, also instruct recipients to review an attached document for case information. When the attachment or links in the email are opened, a virus may be launched.
Unless you are actively involved in a Collin County case or have been summoned for jury duty and have consented to receive emails from the court or jury services, you generally will not receive email communication. If you have any questions regarding such notice, please call the court or Jury Services to verify.
Locations & Contact Information
Russell A. Steindam Courts Building
2100 Bloomdale Rd.
McKinney, TX 75071
Justice of the Peace Court, Precinct 1
2300 Bloomdale Rd., Suite 1164
McKinney, TX 75071
Justice of the Peace Court, Precinct 2 - Farmersville
406A Raymond St.
Farmersville, TX 75442
Justice of the Peace Courts, Precincts 3-1 & 3-2
920 E. Park Blvd.
Plano, TX 75074
Justice of the Peace Court, Precinct 4
8585 John Wesley
Frisco, TX 75034
Jurors and Visitors to the Bloomdale Courthouse
Whether you’re looking for a cup of coffee, a sandwich or a quick meal, the
Collin County Courthouse Café is open for business.
Located on the lower level of the Bloomdale Courthouse, the Café offers a wide variety of
breakfast (served 7:30–10:30 a.m.) and
lunch entrees (served 10:30 a.m.–2 p.m.), serving everything from Belgian Waffles and Eggs Benedict to Cheeseburgers, Tacos and Baked Potatoes!
Interested in lighter fare? They also offer fruit salads, yogurt and granola and a salad bar. And don’t miss
Cookie Happy Hour, from 2:30 p.m. until closing. Who can resist cookies hot out of the oven?
local TV or radio stations to receive updated Collin County Government office closings or delays.
You may also obtain closing information by calling the Collin County Courthouse main number at 972-548-4100 (McKinney) or 972-424-1460 (Metro), or by visiting the Collin County website at
In the event that the Collin County offices are closed, your jury service will be cancelled and you will not be rescheduled.