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Chambers County Jury Services

 

This link serves for both the pre-qualification post card and to complete the online summons.

If you received a pre-qualification post card in the mail you can click on this link to complete it.  The post card is not a summons.  It is only to see if you are eligible to serve as a juror in Chambers County. 

Once you receive a paper summons in the mail, you will log onto this link to complete the online summons.  Please realize that if you have not already completed the summons online, you will be required to do so at check in where jury staff will be there to assist you.

The question asking "if you are the primary caretaker of a person who is unable to care for themselves" does not include after school child care.

Jury Service

Jury service is one of the most important responsibilities we as citizens have, second only to the right to vote and is a vital component of the American Justice System.  As intended by the United State Constitution, the impartial and random selection of jurors is performed without regard to race, sex, occupation, education, or economic level, and is done so to assemble a representative cross-section of the county’s population.  The Chambers County Justice of the Peace courts elected to also choose from a cross-section of the entire county, regardless of what precinct a juror resides in.

The conclusions made by a jury are critically important.  The case being heard may be as complex as a contract suit involving millions of dollars, or as simple as one involving a traffic violation.  To insure that the decision of the court is a fair and just one, each juror must take his or her duty seriously.  It is the responsibility of each resident of Chambers County to answer the call when summoned for jury duty.

eResponse

The Chambers County Jury Services department is excited to introduce our new eResponse system. This web-based system gives you the opportunity to respond to your jury service notices online.

(Note: Do not mail in your jury questionnaire if you are completing it online. However, you will need to bring with you the top portion of the summons on the date you are required to report for jury service). 

This system will allow you to provide an e-mail and phone number that will be used to send you notifications and reminders regarding your jury service.

On eResponse you can:

  • Notify us of a disqualification from jury service.
    (see Qualification for Jury Service below for more info.)
  • Claim an exemption (link to list) for this jury service or all jury service.
    (see Exemption From Jury Service below for more info.)
  • Choose to donate your first days service.
  • Check the status of your jury service.
  • Find your reporting location.

If you have questions or wish to defer your jury service date, contact the jury service coordinator 409-267-2432.

If you do not have access to a computer, iPad or smart phone to access eResponse you can call the Interactive Voice Response system at 409-207-8759.  If you need further assistance or wish to submit your paper questionnaire please contact the jury services coordinator at juryservice@chamberstx.gov or call 409-267-2432.

To access eResponse you will need your juror candidate number and your date of birth.  The juror candidate number can be located on your postcard, summons, or reminder letter located below your name.

Please click the button below to access eResponse .

WARNING: BEWARE OF TELEPHONE SCAMS.

 

No one from Chambers County will ever call or text you requesting you pay a fine for failing to appear for jury service.  If you receive this type of communication, please notify the Chamber County Sheriff’s Office 409-267-3220 and report it.

  • You are not required to claim an exemption from jury service; however, you may choose to be excused from this particular jury service if you are:

    • Over 70 years of age. 

    If you wish to claim a permanent exemption from all jury service, complete the Over 70 Permanent Exemption form and return it to the jury service coordinator.

    • The legal custodian of a child younger than 12 years of age (or 18 years of age for grand jury) and service on the jury would require leaving the child without adequate supervision.
    • A student at a public or private high school or in actual attendance at an institution of higher education.
    • An officer or employee of the Senate, the House of Representatives, or any department commission, board, office, or any agency in the legislative branch of state government.
    • The primary caretaker of a person who is unable to care for him/herself.
    • In active service of any branch of the U.S. military and deployed outside of Parker County.
  • District Clerk Mailing Address:
    PO Box NN
    Anahuac, Texas 77514
     Physical Address:
    2128 SH 61,
    Anahuac, Texas 77514
    253 District Court
    Mailing Address:
    1923 Sam Houston, Room 223
    Liberty, Texas 77575
     Physical Address:
    407 South Street
    Anahuac, Texas 77514
    344th District Court Mailing Address:
    PO Box 490
    Anahuac, Texas 77514

    Physical Address:
    404 Washington Ave. 3rd Floor
    Anahuac, Texas 77514

    County Clerk Mailing Address:
    PO Box 728
    Anahuac, Texas 77514
     Physical Address:
    404 Washington Ave. 1st Floor
    Anahuac, Texas 77514
    County Court
    Mailing Address:
    PO Box 939
    Anahuac, Texas 77514
     Physical Address:
    404 Washington Avenue, 2nd Floor
    Anahuac, Texas 77514
    Justice of the Peace Precinct 1
    Mailing Address:
    PO Box 332
    Winnie, Texas 77665
     Physical Address:
    211 Broadway Avenue 
    Winnie, Texas 77665
    Justice of the Peace Precinct 2 Mailing Address:
    PO Box 971
    Anahuac, Texas 77514
     Physical Address:
    300 Cummings Street
    Anahuac, Texas 77514
    Justice of the Peace Precinct 3

    Mailing Address:
    PO Box 971
    Anahuac, Texas 77514

     Physical Address:
    9310 FM 562
    Anahuac, Texas 77514
    Justice of the Peace Precinct 4 Mailing Address:
    PO Box 827
    Mont Belvieu, Texas 77580
     Physical Address:
    10616 Eagle Drive
    Mont Belvieu, Texas 77523
    Justice of the Peace Precinct 5 Mailing Address:
    PO Box 2
    Wallisville, Texas 77597
     Physical Address:
    524 No. 9 Road
    Wallisville, Texas 77597
    Justice of the Peace Precinct 6 Mailing and Physical Address:
    7711 Highway 146
    Baytown, Texas 77523

  • I intended to donate my jury pay, but received a check.  How can I donate?

  • I received my check, but the amount is incorrect.  Who do I contact?

  • I never received my jury check.  How do I get a replacement?

For all three answers, contact us:
Chambers County Jury Services
P.O. Drawer NN
Anahuac, Texas 77514
juryservice@chamberstx.gov  or call 409-267-2432

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