Commissioner of Jurors Law and Legal Definition

Commissioner of jurors is the person who is in charge of summoning citizens for jury duty.The commissioner assists in the process of selecting and tracking jurors for trials. The counties of states usually form a jury commission to oversee persons selected for jury service, who are selected at random from a fair cross section of the population of the area served by the court, providing all qualified citizens with the opportunity to be considered for jury service in the state and enforcing the obligation to serve as jurors when summoned for that purpose.