Earn Money with eJury
eJury works with attorney to "pre-try" cases before they go to trial. This gives the attorney feedback that will help them evaluate their case, improve jury selection, and more.
Typically, the attorney will prepare a Case Submission with all of the relevant facts, the questions for the jury, and any other questions that are designed to obtain additional feedback. Next, eJury will convert this submission into an html format and makes it available on their website to eJurors in the appropriate county. When a new case has been posted, eligible eJurors are notified by e-mail. Finally, the eJuror can log in to the website and review the facts, answer the questions, and click a "Submit Verdict" button when they are finished. Once the required number of verdicts are submitted the case will conclude. The case summary will be posted later so anyone interested can see the results.
To qualify for service as an eJuror, you must be at least 18 years old, a citizen of the U.S., be of sound mind and good moral character, be able to read and write, have never been convicted of a felony, and not be under indictment or other legal accusation of misdemeanor theft or felony theft or any felony charge. In addition, you cannot be an attorney, paralegal, legal assistant, employed by an attorney or law firm, not be related to an attorney, and not be employed as an insurance adjuster.
eJury is open in all 50 states. The number of cases which are available in any given area will very greatly. Major metropolitan areas will see more cases than rural areas.
You can earn between $5 and $10 for each case. Cases generally take around 30 minutes, depending on your experience and the complexity of the case. Payments are made via PayPal.
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