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||complete the Oath.
||complete the Identity Verification.
||Need more info before you sign up?
||complete your Demographic Profile.
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Step 1: Oath
We're glad to see that you are interested in becoming an eJuror. Being
an eJuror can be an intriguing and enjoyable experience. It is also,
however, serious business involving real cases and real people. It is
therefore necessary that you complete an Oath, just as you would if you
were serving actual jury duty.
Your Oath should not be taken lightly. We are relying upon your Oath
and the information you provide during this sign-up to grant you consent
to access our computer server and the cases posted thereon. Pursuant to
Chapter 33 (Computer Crimes) of the Texas Penal Code, access to a computer
system through consent obtained by deception or consent used for a purpose
other than that for which the consent is given is a criminal offense.
Classification of such an offense ranges from a Class B Misdemeanor to a
1st Degree Felony. Signing-up as an eJuror under false pretenses may also
carry certain civil penalties and liabilities.
We do not want this Oath to deter people who are interested in becoming
an eJuror for legitimate reasons. If you have concerns or questions you
would like to discuss with us before you take this step, please feel free
to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us as
(541) 508-5277 during normal business hours. Your registration will not
be accepted unless you are able to swear and affirm to each term
1. I swear and affirm that I am not an actively
practicing attorney, paralegal, or
legal assistant. I am not employed by an attorney or a law firm, nor am I related to a practicing attorney within the first
degree by affinity (marriage) or within the second
degree of consanguinity (blood). I am
not employed as an insurance adjuster, nor am I associated, in any form or fashion,
with the adjusting of liability claims.
2. I swear and affirm that I will not knowingly disclose, or
permit to be disclosed, any information I learn or obtain from eJury.com to any attorney, paralegal, legal assistant, law firm, insurance adjuster,
insurance company, or anyone associated with an attorney, paralegal, legal
assistant, law firm, insurance adjuster, or insurance company, except
through the answering of case questions directly on the eJury.com website.
3. I swear and affirm that all of the information I provide
under Step 2 (Identity Verification) and Step 3 (Demographic Profile)
below is truthful and accurate.
4. I swear and affirm that I have read, understand, and agree to
the Terms and
Conditions for eJurors.
Step 2: Identity Verification
The following information will NOT be revealed to the
participating attorneys. It allows us process payments for completed
send you e-mail notices that new cases have been posted. Most importantly,
it enables us to verify that you are who you say you are.