Jury Duty ?

Jury Duty ?

by Sierrajeff
(Bay Area, California)

My question is, what happens when you're on the road full-time and you get a jury notice from your legal state of residency? That is, a lot of places use the voter rolls to select for jury duty, so if you vote in the state of legal residence (even by absentee), you might be called for jury duty.

If that happens what do you do? Do you hoof it back "home" to appear in court? Do you call and say "I ain't there and I'm never coming back" (which could put your legal residency in that state at risk)?

Would welcome any thoughts; I'm not an RVer, but I am considering living in another state for several months at a time and wondering how some of these day-to-day details work. Thanks!

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Oct 13, 2011
Jury Duty
by: Richard

All you have to do is explain to them that you are not available for duty because you are full-time RVers. You'll be dismissed.

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