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A Jury Duty Undue Hardship Letter is a formal letter written by an individual or their representative to request an excuse from jury duty due to exceptional circumstances that would cause undue hardship if they were required to serve. This letter is typically submitted to the court clerk or jury commissioner responsible for managing jury duty summonses. 

The purpose of a Jury Duty Undue Hardship Letter is to convince the court that the individual's circumstances are so unique and compelling that jury service would cause significant financial, medical, or personal hardship. The letter should provide detailed and persuasive evidence to support this claim. 

Sample Jury Duty Undue Hardship Letter with Examples Word

Key Elements of a Jury Duty Undue Hardship Letter: 

  1. Introduction: Clearly state the purpose of the letter and identify the individual requesting an excuse from jury duty. 
  1. Summons Information: Provide the details of the jury duty summons, including the date, time, and location for reporting for jury service. 
  1. Reason for Request: Explain the specific reason why the individual is requesting an excuse, highlighting the undue hardship that would result from jury service. 
  1. Supporting Evidence: Document the hardship with relevant evidence, such as: 
  1. Medical Hardship: Provide medical records or doctor's statements supporting the individual's medical condition and the potential consequences of jury service.
  2. Financial Hardship: Submit pay stubs, tax returns, or other financial documents to demonstrate the individual's financial situation and the impact of jury service on their income or business operations.
  3. Personal Hardship: Explain unique personal circumstances, such as caring for an elderly parent, a dependent child, or a spouse with a disability, that would make jury service extremely difficult or impossible.
  1. Proposed Alternative Arrangements: If possible, suggest alternative arrangements that could allow the individual to fulfill their civic duty without causing undue hardship, such as postponing jury service to a less demanding time. 
  1. Signature and Date: The letter should be signed and dated by the individual requesting the excuse or their representative, along with their contact information. 

 

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Jury Duty Undue Hardship Letter Sample with Examples Word

$1.90