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Robert H. Truzzolino, Commissioner of Jurors
Nassau Supreme Court
100 Supreme Court Drive
Mineola, NY 11501
Commissioner of Jurors Office
Phone: (516) 493-3750
Daily Call-In Message
Jurors on telephone standby for the week of:
January 27, 2014 You will find your juror number above and to the right of your name and address on the front of part A of your jury summons, directly after your date of birth. It is a 4 digit number preceded by the letter V.
Report Monday, January 27, 2014 V0001-V0567
Report Tuesday, January 28, 2014 V0568-V1017
Report Wednesday, January 29, 2014 V1018-V1144
Report Thursday, January 30, 2014 V1145-V1272
Report Friday, January 31, 2014
All trial jurors with red summonses are on standby status, which means that they must report to the Nassau Supreme Court only when instructed to do so by means of a recorded message. The recorded message will refer to you by juror number. This is a four digit number preceded by a letter. Please report promptly at the time indicated on your summons. The telephone call-in number is 493-3333.
Our Central Jury Room is a WiFi Zone. There are also computer terminals with internet access available for your use.
The main parking lot is located on Supreme Court Drive, just south of the courthouse. You may also park in appropriate spaces along the street. Observe the signs for areas which prohibit parking, and if you park at a meter, you are responsible if the meter expires.
If an illness or emergency prevents you from reporting, please call our office at 493-3334 at 9:00 a.m., on the day you are to report. Your summons lists all of the radio and television stations that will alert you to court closings in case of inclement weather or you may visit this page or call 493-3333 for information about court closings.
Court normally operates from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., with a lunch hour and breaks throughout the day. Court sessions do not often continue beyond 5:00 p.m., except when juries are deliberating.
The south entrance of the Supreme Court Building opens at 8:30a.m. Magnetometers are in place in the courthouse, and jurors are not exempted from the screening process. Weapons and dangerous instruments of any kind are prohibited in the court buildings.
All meals are your own responsibility. Vending machines are located in the cafeteria and a deli snack bar is available. There are also restaurants and fast food establishments within a few blocks of the courthouse. You are free to bring your lunch. No food or drink is allowed in courtrooms.
Verification of Attendance:
Attendance is conducted each morning in the Central Jury Room. An attendance verification form is available to all jurors and is required by most employers for payroll records.