Make Money From Online Jury Duty
By Rebecca Lynne
If you're into watching those law, crime and courtroom TV programs, use your interests
to make money online by reaching verdicts as an online mock juror.
How does it work? In a nutshell, attorneys present highlights of their case to a set of
mock jurors, who deliberate until they reach a mock verdict.
Mock jurors provide insight by offering valuable evaluation and feedback. Attorneys
often use this preliminary information when deciding whether or not to accept a case
and/or are looking to research a case before heading into a real a courtroom.
Working from home and online as an e-juror can earn you anywhere from $10 to $100+ per
case, depending on the length of the case and trial.
Getting started is easy...
Browse the following sites that will pay you to be an online juror:
Get to review summaries of legal cases and provide feedback to the lawyers about their
cases. Better yet, you get PAID to do it, usually about $10.00 per case. Sign up as a
juror. It's quite fun and interesting.
For each verdict rendered, eJurors are paid $5 - $10 depending on the length of the
case. The amount to be paid will be shown at the top of each case. You certainly won't get
rich serving as an eJuror, but just one case a week would probably pay for your Internet
Earn extra money by becoming an OnlineVerdict.com juror. You will review interesting
legal cases from the comfort of your home, provide feedback through an online
questionnaire, and be paid well for your time. $20 to $60 per case.
The ZapJury concept was designed to create a large pool of people who are willing to
serve on "mock" juries on the Internet to give feedback on actual cases pending in the
courts. Lawyers have used "mock juries" with individual cases for many years, to evaluate
and settle, or prepare for trial. But they have been expensive, and so are used rarely.
Doing it online greatly lowers the cost.
Once you sign up, you will be eligible to receive assignments and be a part of the
"virtual juries" that review cases submitted by our participating law firms. You will then
provide feedback to these law firms by answering questions about your response to the
case. In most cases, we'll pay you $30. For more complex cases, we'll pay you more.