Jury Test Review
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What is Jury Test?
The JuryTest website is interesting because it is aimed at attorneys who could use the service. As a result, you get an excellent idea of online jurors’ benefits, which explains why this type of work is essential to lawyers. JuryTest was developed by a lawyer, an attorney at Harvard Medical School, and the application is relatively simple.
How does Jury Test work?
You will receive a subpoena in the form of an email, instructing you to go to the JuryTest.net home page and log in with your username and password.
Once you do, you will be directed to the case that has been selected for you. You will “play” this case through the RealPlayer media player.
You will see exhibits and/or hear an argument/summary from attorneys about his legal case. You will listen to the attorney tell you one or two sides of his case. If he only tells one side, another attorney will tell you the other side of the case.
JuryTest wants you to sit down and listen, write down a note or two if you wish to, and develop your opinions on the case. Case summaries can be as short as five minutes or as long as 30 minutes. You will be informed in advance, you will be able to choose the duration of the cases in which you would prefer to participate, and you will be paid more the longer the case lasts.
What are the requirements to work for Jury Test?
- Be a U.S. citizen
- Be at least 18 years old
- No criminal record and under any accusation
- Have a PayPal account
- No association with insurance setting
- Without association with any legal entity, lawyer, or legal
- Have a valid U.S. driver’s license.
How do you earn money on Jury Test?
After receiving a verification email informing you that you have been successfully added as an eJuror to their database, you sit back and wait for the cases.
When a case targeting your demographics becomes available, you will receive an email invitation, which you can accept or decline.
How much money can you make on Jury Test?
Much of it depends on the availability of cases (depending on your geographic area) and the complexity of the case. Payment ranges from $5 to $50 per test.
Pros of working for Jury Test
- Probably one of the best things about the JuryTest is that it will pay you in cash and not in a credit or other forms of virtual currency.
- Another thing we liked is that the money is sent directly to your PayPal account, so you don’t have to worry about withdrawal requests or the minimum cash out.
- You have the opportunity to feel what it is like to be a jury and decide on a crucial case, which can be thrilling and exciting for some people.
- It is free to join the JuryTest, as the company does not charge anything to apply and be an eJuror.
Cons of working for Jury Test
- Not available outside of the U.S., which is disappointing.
- There are not many cases for you to review, which makes it difficult for you to earn much with Jury Test.
- Since there aren’t many cases on the site that you can probably review, the earning potential that Jury Test provides is not that high.
How do I sign up to work for Jury Test?
Go here to register as a juror.
What is the website for Jury Test?
Does Jury Test have an app?
No app available
From what we see, the Jury Test website is a legitimate money-making opportunity. You can expect to earn money for every case you review and the verdict you render.
Your location matters when it comes to finding jury work online, a critical qualifying point is where you live, as most of the time, you will have to reside in the city or town where the mock case takes place.
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