If you have been summoned for jury duty please click here to get to the Ejuror website.
Jurors summonsed for the STATE court 4/19/2021 trial week, please report to the Jury Assembly room Monday, 4/19/2021 at 8:15 a.m.
Summons #1 - #150 - please report at 8:15 a.m.
Jurors summonsed for the SUPERIOR court 4/23/2021 trial, please report to the Jury Assembly room Friday, 4/23/2021 at your instructed report time.
If you have been granted a deferral or excusal for the 4/19/2021 trial date or 4/23/2021 trial date, you do not need to appear.
Frequently Asked Questions In the event we experience inclement weather, please see the Inclement Weather Information tab (to the left) for office closings.
The Cherokee County Government and Cherokee Emergency Management Agency are working closely with the Department of Public Health, and all local public safety agencies to monitor and prepare for a potential outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). It is important to note that, at this time, there have been multiple cases of COVID-19 confirmed within the state of Georgia. However, the Georgia Department of Public Health maintains the overall risk to the general public in Cherokee County remains low. We do urge citizens to take the same precautions to prevent the spread of any virus, as you would for the common cold or flu. We are providing you with links to the most current information regarding Covid-19 and the recommendations to protect yourself from and prevent the spread of the virus, should cases appear. Please continue to monitor this page for the most current information.
WARNING: TELEPHONE FRAUD INVOLVING JURY DUTY The Cherokee County Clerk of Courts, Patty Baker, or her staff will not call Jurors that have failed to report for Jury Duty service and ask for any personal information such as social security number, birth date, bank account number, or credit card information. It has been reported scammers trying to commit identity theft have been contacting potential victims and telling them they failed to report for jury duty. They ask for confidential information for “verification” purposes and if the information is refused they tell the potential victim a warrant will be issued for their arrest. So far the scam has been reported in Michigan, Ohio, Texas, Arizona, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Oregon and Washington State. There have been no reports of this scam in the State of Georgia at the present time. Please never give out your personal information to any court official over the telephone. The FBI are urging anyone who may receive a phone call regarding jury duty with the intent to commit identity theft to please contact your local FBI office at www.fbi.gov