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Can I bring my cell-phone, laptop, tablet, or other portable electronic devices?

Yes, but with important restrictions; please read this carefully.  As of November 1st 2013, the court's policy on such devices has changed.  You will need to present a "juror e- voucher"upon entering the Court on each and every entry.  You will not be permitted to bring any of these devices into the Court without this voucher. The jury division will provide these vouchers to Petit Jurors by mail, approximately one week before their service is scheduled to begin. This voucher will be a green postcard that serves as a courtesy reminder regarding reporting instructions and is also a document that will allow you to enter into the Court with your portable electronic devices. DO NOT LOSE THIS POSTCARD/VOUCHER. IT MAY NOT BE REPLACED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.

Please note that Grand Jurors will not receive such a voucher until they attend an initial orientation; therefore Grand Jurors may not bring electronic devices to orientation. Please leave them at home or in your car.

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400 Lomas ​Blvd NW
Room 127, 1st Floor
Albuquerque, NM 87102


Office Hours
Monday - Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Phone: 505-841-7507
Petit Code-a-Phone: 505-841-7510
Grand Jury Phone: 505-841-7545
Grand Jury Code-a-Phone: 505-841-7419

Jury Email:
Grand Jury Email:

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