Jurors in the Superior Court of Guam shall receive the following
fees, except as otherwise expressly provided by law: For actual attendance
at the place of trial or hearing and for the time necessarily occupied
in going to and from such place at the beginning and end of such service
or at any time during the same, Thirty Dollars ($30.00) per day, except
that any juror required to attend more than thirty (30) days in hearing
one case may be paid in the discretion and upon the certification of the
judge a per diem fee not exceeding Forty Dollars ($40.00) for each day
in excess of thirty (30) days he is required to hear each case.
Waiver of Jury payment
All Government of Guam and Federal employees who elects
to accept jury payment, must sign annual leave from work. However, if
you do not wish to accept the jury payment, you must sign a waiver form
which is available at the Jury Commissioner’s Office. All Government
of Guam and Federal Employees who have elected to waive their fees, a
check will be made payable to their respective employers.
Juror payroll is processed every 2 weeks. It is therefore
possible that a juror will be paid for more then one day of “SERVICE”.
“Service” is defined as physically reporting to the courthouse.
Days spent on standby service do not count as payment days.