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Jury Scam Alert!

  The Juror Services Division does not call jurors to obtain personal information, including social security numbers and/or financial information.  If you receive a call asking for these information, do not give the caller any personal information and if possible record the caller's phone number and report the contact to both our juror office and local law enforcement.

COVID-19 Notice:

  The health and safety of our jurors and staff are important to us, so we have implemented the changes.  See Jury Service and News & Events for details. 


Family Behavioral Health Court (FBHC) is a juvenile-based voluntary program that seeks to enhance public safety by providing appropriate mental health treatment to children and youth in the juvenile justice system. The focus of the court is to promote protection and safety of the community, the juveniles, and their families, by providing individualized treatment plans for juveniles in need of mental health services. The court will establish connections with community-based organizations and family support systems that previously were not being effectively utilized. 

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