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Welcome to the Delaware County eResponse Jury System. You are most likely viewing this website because you have received a Summons to appear for jury service.

The first thing you should do when you receive a Summons is respond to the Juror Information Questionnaire. Please click the Juror eResponse link below so that you may log in using the credentials found on your Summons to complete and submit the Juror Information Questionnaire. By doing so, you will be able to confirm your service, update contact information, find juror information or request assistance. When you respond online and provide your email address, keep in mind that you will receive emails from Jury Services, specifically delcojury@co.delaware.pa.us. Please be sure to check your spam or junk folders in the event the message landed there. Unless you save delcojury@co.delaware.pa.us to your contact information, there is a good probability that this may happen.

IMPORTANT: Please be sure that you complete the online questionnaire within fifteen (15) consecutive minutes or the page will time out and you will need to start over again.

If you have trouble logging in because the system is indicating that the date of birth is not correct or for any other reason, please contact Jury Services at 610-891-4622 between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm so that we may review the record with you. You may also email delcojury@co.delaware.pa.us where your message will be reviewed, and you will be contacted as soon as possible. There may be occasions where two persons in the same household have the same name. Before the Questionnaire is completed, please contact Jury Services to confirm the date of birth of the record.


To contact Jury Services:

E-mail: delcojury@co.delaware.pa.us
Phone: 610-891-4622

For official word of court closings or special announcements, call 610-891-4067.

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