Jury Duty Policy Leave Policy



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Name Department Supervisor Date(s) of Jury Duty/Court Service: Date Returned to Work: Total Amount Received from Court for Jury Duty/Court Service: (Minus) Amount Allowed for Mileage: Amount Due College: Attach personal check (made payable to Mott Community College) for this amount..




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