States and U.S. Territories with Family Friendly Jury Duty

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Bill No. 125 (COR) An Act to amend 22107 Chapter 22 of Title 7 Guam code annotated - 2001 Session
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A person may claim exemption from service as a juror if he (she) is: (8) women who are pregnant after the end (of) the first trimester; or (9) a custodial parent with a child between the ages of one(1) day to one (1) year old.

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FEDERAL
United States District Court, District of Guam
Amended Jury Selection Plan, (c) Excuses on Individual Request; (3) Filed December 10, 2001
General Order 01-0012
 

(3) Persons having active care and custody of a child or children under 10 years of age whose health and/or safety would be jeopardized by their absence for jury service; or a person who is essential to the care of aged or infirm persons.

Idaho

Idaho Code, Section 2-212

A person... may have jury service postponed upon a showing that the juror is a mother breastfeeding her child.

Idaho

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United States District Court, District of Idaho Plan for the Random Selection of Grand and Petit Jurors, General Order #152, as amended by General Order #164; L. (3) Excuses on individual request; Amended January 25, 2001

(3) Persons having active care and custody of a child or children under 10 years of age whose health and/or safety would be jeopardized by their absence for jury service; or a person who is essential to the care of aged or infirm persons.

     
         
         
         
         

 

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