Health & Safety
Our office takes your health concerns seriously. If you have any COVID related concerns, please view our , fill it out, and send it to email@example.com. If you have any additional concerns, please contact our office at 254-757-5054.
When you receive your jury summons you should open it, read the card, and review this website prior to calling the number on the card.
Lost Jury Summons
If you have lost your summons, the clerk can reprint it for you.
Jury trials are resuming at the County Courthouse. Each Monday or Tuesday that jurors are summoned for 8:30 service, those summonsed will use the Jury entrance in the alleyway behind the Courthouse.
Arriving for Jury Duty
It is helpful to arrive before 8:15 a.m. This will allow you to go through security and be seated by 8:30 a.m. DO NOT WEAR SHORTS.
When you enter the courthouse, you will pass through a metal detector and anything you carry will pass through an x-ray machine. Guns, knives, and other weapons are strictly prohibited. Purses, backpacks or any other type of bag carrying personal items must be clear or see-through.
Free parking is available in the parking lots in front of the county courthouse or records building.
McLennan County Health & Safety Protocols for Court ProceduresThe linked 2021 CoVID Court Protocols have been signed into effect by Judge Vicki Menard, our Local Administrative Judge.
Not all courtrooms have assistive listening devices available. Inform the clerk’s staff when summoned for jury duty that you will need assistance in hearing in the courtroom. Arrangements can be made for other assistance for jurors if you require an interpreter for the hearing impaired. Please contact the McLennan County District Clerk’s Office at 254-757-5054 with any questions or requests.
- Why is jury service important?
- What is my duty as a juror?
- How was I selected?
- Will I paid for being a juror?
- Must my employer pay me while I am on jury duty?
- Who can have a jury trial?
- Are there rules about jury conduct?
- How is a juror selected for a particular case?
- What is Voir Dire or questioning of the jury panel?
- What if I have a special need or emergency?
- How do I obtain an excuse for my employer?
- What are the different types of cases?