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Is this legal?

Of course this is legal! This is America, remember - freedom of speech? You are entitled to give your opinion on a legal case and lawyers, with their client's consent, are free to share their cases with you.

At times, for reasons of confidentiality, lawyers might change the names of a case to protect his client's confidentiality. And of course, your agreement to keep what you hear confidential is also a necessity.

How often can I do this?

You can opt to be notified about cases as often as once a week. In the early months of service, however, there may not be enough cases in your area to call you that often and so you may not be called for weeks at a time.

One other option you will have soon is to come to the "courthouse" without being called and to review cases placed in the public gallery. Cases in this area will be for lawyers who cannot pay the price of our typical case - and these may include lawyers representing indigent defendants in criminal trials. You can visit the case gallery as often as you'd like. When there are enough cases there, this may be a good way for you to make a few extra dollars each week.

Please note - since we record IP addresses and do not permit more than one account per IP address, you cannot sign up under multiple e-mail accounts and be paid more than once on a case.

How much will I get paid?

How much you get paid will depend on the case, but usually between $20 and $50 per case. The longer the case presentations, the longer the questionnaire, the more you'll get paid. You will be informed up front as to how much the case fee is and how long your time commitment will be, usually between 20-50 minutes.

How will I get paid?

You will have several options for payment. If you choose, you may be paid by PayPal, an online payment service. You also have the option of being paid by check.

How long before I get paid?

Checks and online payments will be processed within 7 business days after the case and in some cases within two business days. We hope to improve the speed of payment as our service develops.

How do I listen to case presentations?

Once you are registered, you will be entered into our pool of eligible jurors. When a case beomes available to you, you will receive an e-mail with "e-juror summons" in the title from the following address: jurycommissioner@jurytest.net. When you open this mail, you will see a link to jurytest.net. Come to the site, log-in and you will be taken to a page with a link to the case presentation. When you click on this link, this will launch a realplayer interface and the case presentation will stream. At the end of the presentation, you will close this window and be prompted to answer a few questions. Some lawyesr will present TWO presentations, one on each side of the case. In those instances, you will answer a few questions after each presentation. Naturally, the more there is to it, the more you will be paid.

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How will I be notified that I've been called for a case?

Once you are registered, you will be entered into our pool of eligible jurors. When a case beomes available to you, you will receive an e-mail with "e-juror summons" in the title from the following address: jurycommissioner@jurytest.net. When you open this mail, you will see a link to jurytest.net. Come to the site, log-in and you will be taken to a page with a link to the case presentation.
          
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