You will be assigned a two-week term of service. The judges try to seat their juries by noon; therefore, if you are not seated on a case you are normally released by noon. This does vary. If you are chosen as a juror, you should plan to be at the courthouse until 5:00 p.m. The average trial length is one day in District Court and three days in Circuit Court. The judge will inform you of the expected length of the case during jury selection. On average, a panel will serve on one to two trials per term.