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In recognition of Juror Appreciation Week, the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County will celebrate jurors and their important contributions to Prince George’s County, the courts and the judicial system.
“Our system of justice could not function without the dedicated service of our citizens and jurors,” says the Honorable Sheila R. Tillerson Adams, Administrative Judge of the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County. “Although, I recognize it is a tremendous sacrifice and sometimes even a hardship, their commitment to the judicial system is what makes our system the best in the world. It is important to set as side a week to collective say thank you to our jurors that serve. So, thank you on behalf of all the Judges of the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County. Thank you!”
The Circuit Court for Prince George’s County jury operations are led by Judge Adams, Judge Robin D. Gill Bright, Deputy Court Administrator and Jury Commissioner Erica M. Payne -Santiago, Deputy Jury Commissioner Melissa L. Biggs, Jury Division Supervisor Magella Kincaid and the jury staff.
“Serving as a juror is an honorable, civic responsibility bestowed upon citizens throughout our community,” adds Ms. Payne -Santiago. “It’s how every one of us provides access to justice for all. Our jury service system is important to democracy because of the unbiased, impartial views that can be derived by our citizens during a trial.”
For more information on jury duty, visit the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County website.