Chatham County is one of the original counties of Georgia where the total population is 278,434.
This county was formed on February 5, 1777, and it was named after William Pitt. Chatham County’s county seat is Savannah, which is also the biggest city of Chatham County.
Every registered sex offender is listed on either national or state based sex offender database.
All these people have been charged with sex crime or kidnapping crime.
If you have received a jury summons and you no longer have your official residence in Chatham County, Georgia as explained above, fill out the “Exemption/Deferral Form (2) of your summons and return it to the Jury Service office before the deadline.
The pool from which our potential jurors are chosen is now a master list provided to us from the State of Georgia’s Council of Superior Court Clerks.You are never automatically exempted from jury service, but when you are 70 years of age or older and you receive a summons, you may then request in writing that you want to be exempted because of age.(There is a form provided on the summons sent to you that you may complete, sign and return to us.) Some of our best jurors are 70 years of age and older and enjoy or want to continue serving when summoned!Call after giving us enough time to receive it, to verify that it has been received and you have been excused or deferred. Jurors needing special assistance due to disability, please call 912-652-7170 (between 2 and pm Monday through Friday) at least five days prior to your week of service and talk to someone in the Jury Services Division about your special needs.How can I request an excusal or deferral because of special circumstances such as being a primary unpaid caregiver for a person over the age of six, the caregiver having active care and custody of a child six years of age or younger, primary teacher in a home study program as defined in O. Summoned citizens who do not understand the English language or who are deaf or hard of hearing should contact the Jury Services Office at 912-652-7170 (between 2 pm and pm Monday through Friday) as soon as possible after receiving a jury summons. If you do not get a response within 24 to 36 hours, contact us to confirm we received your request.