Excuse Employee from Jury Duty Letter

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This Excuse Employee from Jury Duty Letter effectively requests that an employee of a small company be excused from serving on a jury. This letter sets out the specific reasons and can be easily modified to fit your needs.

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This Excuse Employee from Jury Duty Letter will effectively request that an employee of a small company be excused from jury duty. This letter sets out the name of the employee and the date the jury duty will commence. It also sets out specific reasons why the employee's absence from work would create a hardship on the company, as well as the employee. A well-written Excuse Employee from Jury Duty Letter is of benefit to both the company and the individual. This letter can easily be modified to fit your company's unique needs.

This Excuse Employee from Jury Duty Letter includes:
  • Employee Information: Sets out the name of the employee and the date he or she has been called to jury duty;
  • Excuse Information: Gives specific reasons and examples as to why the employee should be excused from serving on a jury.

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Letter to Excuse Employee from
Jury Duty



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1. Instructions & Checklist for Writing a Letter to Excuse Employee from Jury Duty

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Instructions & Checklist for a Letter to Excuse Employee from Jury Duty


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?   This form is designed to assist you in drafting a letter to a court officer requesting that an employee be excused from jury duty because his absence from work would cause hardship for your company.


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[Your Name]
[Street Address]
[City, State  ZIP Code]
[phone number - optional]
[email address - optional]

May 19, 2009
[Name of Recipient][Title][Company Name][Street Address][City, State  ZIP Code]Re:  [Name of Your Employee]


Dear [Name of Recipient]:


I am the employer of the above-referenced individual, who has received notice that she must be available for jury duty commencing on [Date], and am writing to advise you that her absence from my business during the time period indicated would impose a serious hardship not only on my business, but on the people we serve, and on Ms. [Employees Last Name] herself.

We are a small company involved in providing essential services to the underprivileged population in the area. Because of earlier government budget cuts, Ms. [Employees Last Name] is currently our only office employee, and her understanding of the procedures is critical to the operation, especially at this time of the year, our busiest. There is no way we could hire an untrained replacement for the period she would be on leave; moreover, I do not have the budget to pay her during any such leave.

Frankly, without her help during this upcoming busy time of the year, I would be in danger of losing my business  my only source of income.

Moreover, Ms. [Name] has written me a note advising me that she cannot afford to take leave for jury duty.  With her permission, I am enclosing a copy for your attention.

Cordially,

[Your Name]



Number of Pages3
DimensionsDesigned for Letter Size (8.5" x 11")
EditableYes (.doc, .wpd and .rtf)
UsageUnlimited number of prints
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