Juror Information

Please be advised, there will be NO JURY TRIAL for the month of December 2022.  Please look for a letter as to any January 2023 trial setting.  

Common Questions:
1. How was I chosen for jury duty and how long is my term?

The court receives the names of jurors as the same process as other courts in the State of Wyoming which is pulled from the voter registrations and licensed drivers provided by the State. The term is one year.

2. Under what guidelines can I be excused from Jury Duty?
Wyoming Statute § 1-11-104 provides in part:
A juror may not be excused for a trivial cause or for hardship or inconvenience to his business, but only when material injury or destruction to his property or property entrusted to him is threatened, or when his health or the sickness or death of a member of his family requires his absence. Any person who has served on a jury shall, upon request, be excused from further jury service in that court for the remainder of that jury term and in the discretion of the court may be excused from jury service for the following jury term.

Statutory Exemptions from Jury Duty (upon Juror’s request):
Prior conviction of a felony. 
Salaried and active member of organized fire department or police department. 
Elected public official. 
Over 72 years of age. 
Served as juror during same term. 

3. When are jury trials held?
Jury trials are scheduled for the first Wednesday of each month.  The potential jurors must call the Municipal Court to ensure the trial is still being held.

4. How long will the trial last?
Most jury trials last one day.



Quick Links

Court Location  

Municipal Court Hall of Justice 
Fifth Floor 
201 North David Street 
Casper, Wyoming 82601 

Mailing Address

City of Casper Municipal Court 
200 North David Street 
Casper, Wyoming 82601 


8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 
Monday through Friday
Fax: 307-235-8405