Jury Duty Policy



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The University of Rochester Personnel Policy/Procedure Policy: 333 Page 1 of 1 Revised: 9/16 Reviewed: 9/16 Subject: Jury Duty, Court Appearance, or Legal Hearing Appearance Applies to: All Regular Full- and Part-Time Hourly Paid Staff, and TAR staff if they work a regular schedule and are scheduled to work on the days summoned to jury duty..




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