How do I become a juror?
Every individual user automatically becomes a juror, all you have to do is click here to registration and select the role of individual. By definition, businesses cannot be jurors. Makes sense, right?
Becoming a jurors allows you to:
- Accept and/or reject as many cases as are offered to you. You will receive many offers but your case load is entirely under your control. We just ask that you don't take on too many cases at one time as the quality of your engagement may suffer.
- For each case in which you accept to be a juror, you start as "potential juror". Subsequently, you will be interviewed by at least one of the litigants - possibly both and maybe even the judge - before you are accepted as a actual juror in that case. Only if both litigants agree that you become a juror will you be attributed this role.
- As a juror, you will have to review the arguments and evidence provided by each litigant and then deliberate and vote with your fellow jury members within the context of the Rules. Please familiarize yourself with the Rules as fully as possible. Truveli is an open source service, each verdict may ultimately impact the Rules, so please deliberate wisely. Each vote you register will be need to be explained by you and becomes part of the case history; write clearly.
- In some cases, there will be assets escrowed with Truveli that require allocating between the litigants. You will have to recommend their allocation, too.
You will only have the role of Juror for those cases in which you are juror.