I spoke with a government staff person at Queens Country Jury Info and she said that if I can't EVER serve on a grand jury because of my job, I should send a letter along with my summons / completed questionnaire asking for a postponement, giving an alternate date AND stipulating that I want to be on regular jury duty vs. grand jury duty. She said they would honor this request and I wouldn't be summoned for grand jury duty again. Just want to verify this.
(Regular jury duty is ok because I am legitimately a very undesirable juror and I'm assuming I will be excused by the prosecution or defense after the voir dire process.) Thanks (and sorry for the caps)
Reposted to Government. A clerk who works in the jury office knows more than we do. Trust her and send the letter.
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