Juror QUESTIONNAIRE - Online Submission


If unable to submit your questionnaire online, print and mail Juror QUESTIONNAIRE - Printable PDF

     If you have QUESTIONS, please email the Clerk of District Court or call 406-758-5870


NOTE:  2 cases set for MON DEC 9 ~ both have settled 

MON DEC 9    Case No 1 set for 5 days - SETTLED - do not appear; thank you

MON DEC 9     Case No 4 set for 2 days - SETTLED - do not appear; thank you

MON JAN 6      8:45 Orientation / 9:00 Trial

MON JAN 13    8:45 Orientation / 9:00 Trial


Jury Trial Status by phone:  406-758-5660, option 3. 

If you have any questions, please email the Clerk of District Court or call 406-758-5870.

In Montana jurors' names for all courts are obtained annually from the Supreme Court Administrator.  As Jury Commissioner, the Clerk of District Court is responsible for the management of the lists of names for each court in the county.  Llists of potential jurors are drawn from lists of registered voters, licensed drivers and holders of Montana Identification cards.  Flathead County pulls approximately 14,000 names for each annual pool and from that group jurors are randomly seleced for all courts in the jurisdiction.  District Court jurors number about 10,000 persons annually and from this group names are drawn randomly to serve on specific trials.

In the District Courts jurors are typically summoned to appear no more than twice in any given six-month period and are only required to sit as a juror on one case.  The average length of a trial is one week.

The Online Juror Questionnaire (see green link above) can be accessed by using your juror name and juror number (as assigned by the Secretary of State) printed on the Jury Notice sent via US Mail. A jury summons is issued for specific trials informing jurors as to the date and time for service and an approximate length of trial.  On the morning of trial a brief juror orientation is presented by the Clerk of Court.

The Courts recognize the difficulties jurors face in making themselves available for participation in the judicial process and every effort is made to avoid all possible inconvenience to jurors, their families, and employers.  Jury service is a privilege and can be a most rewarding and educational experience.  If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact this office.  We will do our best to accommodate every juror's needs.  An Affidavit for Excuse from a specific trial may be submitted if you are unable to comply with a summons.