If you just read the title of this post and are thinking “What is a Online Mock Juror?”. You’re not alone. I’m going to tell you what a Online Mock Juror is, what they do, how much they make and much more. Grab your drink and get comfortable. No, I’m joking I won’t take up that much of your time. 🙂
Interested in becoming a Online Juror, I’ll leave some links below.
What is a Online Mock Juror?
A Online Mock Juror is a “Fake” Juror if that makes sense. Attorneys find people like you who are similar to jurors in up coming cases. They present information to you to receive feedback. It helps them prepare for what may happen when the case goes in front of a live jury.
Instead of trying to find a mock jury near them, they turn online to find some. It’s a lot easier, more convent and cheaper.
Best part you don’t have to leave your house because it’s all done online.
What does a Mock Juror do?
You’ll be presented a case and/or presentation. There will be a series of questions (survey) afterwards. So lawyers can get a feel for what the jury at trial may think when they present their case.
You’ll need to provide your honest opinions and answers. They are not looking for people who are going to speed through the questions and give invalid responses.
What are Online Jurors paid?
Online Jurors are paid by the case and every is different. They vary from length lasting anywhere from 20 minutes to an hour. As well as how many attorney based questions you are asked. Paying as low as $5 up to $60.
Also, your location is everything. They choose online jurors in the same district as the case. People who live in bigger counties and cities will have more cases then someone who lives in smaller ones.
A warning this is not a job that you will making living from.
Online Juror Qualification
There are requirements that need to be met before you can qualify. Here are a few of them. There are more and some cases may have even more.
- Must be at least 18 years old
- You must to be a citizen of the United States
- Haven’t been convicted of a felony
Where to sign up
eJury pays $5 – $10 a case depending on its length they pay via Paypal.
Online Verdict cases range from 20 – 60 minutes and pay $20 – $60. They pay via check in mail. Checks are mailed 1 – 2 weeks after completion of case.
I didn’t find to much information for Jury Talk on their website as far as pay and time went.
When Virtual Jury invites you for a mock trial they will disclose your pay privately. They do pay checks by mail 2 weeks after completion.
If you were ever a online juror leave a comment below we would love to hear about it!
Interested in working online have you heard of Virtual Assistants?