Georgia Georgia - Find Jury Types and Sizes In Your State

Georgia - Jury Types And Sizes

Georgia | Get Information for All Court Types

Use this page to find information about juries for each of the court types for the state of Georgia. Learn about the different types of courts, the number of jurors for each of these types, and the decision rule for a conviction to be made.


| Georgia Felony Court Jury Duty

Court
Jurors
Decision
Superior
12
All

The Georgia Superior felony court contains 12 jurors. For a conviction to be made the jury must be in Unanimous agreement.

| Georgia Civil Court Jury Duty

Court
Jurors
Decision
Civil
6
All

The Georgia Civil civil court contains 6 jurors. For a conviction to be made the jury must be in Unanimous agreement.

Probate
6
All

The Georgia Probate civil court contains 6 jurors. For a conviction to be made the jury must be in Unanimous agreement.

State
6
All

The Georgia State civil court contains 6 jurors. For a conviction to be made the jury must be in Unanimous agreement.

Superior
12
All

The Georgia Superior civil court contains 12 jurors. For a conviction to be made the jury must be in Unanimous agreement.

| Georgia Misdemeanor Court Jury Duty

Court
Jurors
Decision
Civil
6
All

The Georgia Civil misdemeanor court contains 6 jurors. For a conviction to be made the jury must be in Unanimous agreement.

Probate
6
All

The Georgia Probate misdemeanor court contains 6 jurors. For a conviction to be made the jury must be in Unanimous agreement.

State
6
All

The Georgia State misdemeanor court contains 6 jurors. For a conviction to be made the jury must be in Unanimous agreement.

Superior
6
All

The Georgia Superior misdemeanor court contains 6 jurors. For a conviction to be made the jury must be in Unanimous agreement.


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