As attorneys prepare for trial, they often seek feedback on their case from people who are similar to those who may eventually sit on a jury. They can create a mock jury in the community where their case will be tried for that feedback, but that is very expensive. Companies offering mock juror services online allow lawyers to try out their case for much less.
Online jurors may listen to audio, view video presentations or read material and answer questions.
Companies typically pay $10 to $60 to online jurors. Payment is often made via Paypal. Some online juror companies also recruit in-person mock juries. These pay more (but take more of your time), perhaps up to $150.
Sign up for more than one online juror company in order to make more money. Most companies will only have occasional work for online jurors.
Sign up with online jury companies.This will involve filling out an online questionnaire about yourself. When a lawyer needs and online juror that matches your demographics, you will be contacted.
Restrictions for online jurors vary. In general they might include:
See this list of online juror jobs.
Do not pay to sign up as an online juror. Do not give any financial information like bank account or credit card numbers. Companies that ask are likely scams.