In order to postpone service, you must log into Clearview Juror Portal Clearview Juror Portal and register. Once you have completed your registration, you will have the option to postpone your service.
This option is only available up to seven (7) days before your start date on your summons. The system will display all available dates. You must log into Clearview Juror Portal the Friday evening before your postponed date to verify your reporting status. You may also be notified via text or email if you select that method of communication during registration. Postponements less than seven (7) days before your start date are only granted in extenuating circumstances, so please make sure to complete your registration and schedule your postponement with sufficient time.
Note: Transportation, travel or hardships not listed here or on Clearview Juror Portal are not grounds for excusal but you may reschedule your service by following the instructions under request to postpone jury duty.
For purposes of this section, "election" means (i) any local or state referendum, (ii) any primary, special, or general election for local or state office except a general election for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General and the General Assembly, (iii) any primary for federal office including any primary for the nomination of candidates for the office of President of the United States, or (iv) any federal special election to fill a vacancy in the United States Senate or the United States House of Representatives. In the event of a state of emergency declared by the Governor pursuant to Chapter 3.2 ( 44-146.13 et seq.) of Title 44 or declared by the President of the United States or the governor of another state pursuant to law and confirmed by the Governor by an executive order, the Governor may postpone an election by executive order in areas affected by the emergency to a date, notwithstanding the provisions of 24.2-682, not to exceed 14 days from the original date of the election.
If a local governing body determines that a longer postponement is required, it may petition a three-judge panel of the Virginia Supreme Court, to include the Chief Justice as the presiding Justice, for an extension. The Chief Justice shall choose the other two Justices by lot. The Court may postpone the election to a date it deems appropriate, notwithstanding the provisions of 24.2-682, not to exceed 30 days from the original date of the election.
If the postponement of the election is ordered after voting at the polls on the original election date has already commenced, all qualified voters in a precinct in which any voted ballots, voting equipment containing voted ballots or pollbooks recording who has already voted in that precinct have been destroyed or damaged as a direct result of the emergency, so that the votes cannot be counted or it cannot be determined who has already voted, shall be allowed to vote in the rescheduled election, and no votes cast at the polls on the original election date shall be counted. If the postponement of the election is ordered after voting at the polls on the original election date has already commenced and no ballots cast at the polls, voting equipment containing voted ballots, or pollbooks recording who has already voted in that election in that precinct have been destroyed or damaged as a direct result of the emergency, only qualified voters who had not yet voted shall be eligible to vote on the rescheduled election day and all votes cast on the original and postponed election dates shall be counted at the close of the polls on the rescheduled election day.
No results shall be tallied or votes counted in any postponed election before the closing of the polls on the rescheduled election date. Officers of election in unaffected areas shall count and report the results for the postponed election after the close of the polls on the rescheduled election date. The counting may take place at the precinct or another location determined by the local electoral board.
For these reasons, we are extending the postponement of scheduled nonessential surgeries requiring a hospital bed, as well as all nonessential outpatient/ambulatory surgeries, at our Ohio hospitals through Sunday, Jan. 30, 2022. At this time, this postponement does not include our ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) or ambulatory endoscopy centers (AECs).
All non-urgent outpatient/ambulatory surgeries at our Ohio hospitals will also be postponed from Monday, Jan. 3, through Friday, Jan. 14, 2022. At this time, this does not include our ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) or our ambulatory endoscopy centers (AECs).
We continue to be challenged by rising inpatient volumes and patients hospitalized with COVID-19 at our Ohio hospitals. In order to make additional beds available, we are extending the postponement of non-urgent surgeries requiring a hospital bed at our Ohio hospitals from Monday, Dec. 20, through Friday, Dec. 31, 2021.
From Dec. 7, 2020 through Jan. 4. 2021, we will postpone all nonessential inpatient surgeries requiring a hospital bed or an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) bed in our Ohio locations, with the exception of Lutheran Hospital.
We are now seeing the highest numbers of patients with COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic. In order to provide the safest and highest quality care of patients, we are proactively extending our postponement of nonessential surgical cases that require an inpatient stay through Friday, November 20th. We will reevaluate our scheduled surgical cases on an ongoing basis.
Sometimes business or personal matters make it impossible to serve on the date shown on your summons. In that case you may ask to postpone your jury service. Give the earliest date you will be able to serve. You can ask to have your jury service postponed by calling (619) 844-2800. Your service may be postponed for up to 6 months for any reason. You can also postpone your service by clicking here.
This postponement is due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the implementation of regulatory projects and IT deliveries by Central Securities Depositaries and a wide range of market participants and follows a request from the European Commission (EC).
With the January 1, 2023, effective date of the law looming, the DCWP announced on December 12, 2022, that it intended to convene a second public hearing and postpone enforcement of the law until April 15, 2023. While no date for the public hearing has been furnished, this news comes as a reprieve for employers and employment agencies that hire or promote candidates for employment within New York City and utilize automated employment decision tools in a manner that could come within the scope of the new law.
To give taxpayers a deadline consistent with that of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) without the federal dollar limitations, FTB is following the federal relief described in Notice 2020-17. Since California conforms to the underlying code sections that grant tax postponements for emergencies, FTB is extending the relief to all California taxpayers. Taxpayers do not need to claim any special treatment or call FTB to qualify for this relief.
You may request a postponement of your service one time and that postponement cannot exceed 90 calendar days from your original date of service. If your currently scheduled service date is more than 5 business days out, you may request to postpone your jury service by completing your Juror Questionnaire online or by calling our automated system at (559) 675-4977. If your currently scheduled service date is in 5 business days or less, you will need to contact our office at (559) 416-5570 or email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Postponement requests for up to 90 calendars days are usually granted, providing it is your first postponement. You must select a Tuesday within 90 calendar days of your original service date. Please keep in mind that you may be called in to serve on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday of the week you select, and will need to call for your reporting instructions until you have been directed to report for jury service or have been released.
If you are a new undergraduate student from a low-income family, we will notify you by email and AidLink message if you qualify to postpone paying the $375 initial payment. This initial payment is due when you submit your housing license agreement.
Previous excusals do not warrant future excusals. Each instance must be addressed as if it is the first time the court is hearing your request. We do not maintain records (from previous years in which you may have been summoned) of your previous medical or previous requests to be excused. A request to be excused does not mean you are automatically excused. Each request is reviewed by the Court and a written response will be mailed by postcard and your information will be updated online. We stop accepting requests to be postponed or excused at 10 am on the last business day before a service term begins. If it is a time sensitive issue, please call Jury Administration 564.397.2049 or email email@example.com
Including requests to be rescheduled, must also be placed in writing with enough detail for the Court to gain an understanding into why Jury Service may be difficult for you at this time. If your request to be excused is denied, or you seek a postponement or rescheduled service, please indicated the calendar dates you prefer, and we will attempt to accommodate that. Jurors may receive up to 3 postponement/rescheduled service terms not to exceed 6 months from their original service date.
The Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 have been postponed, the International Olympic Committee and Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee announced on Tuesday (24 March).
"2022 is far away from 2020 and could have created a different set of problems like what you do with the athletes who have already qualified, et cetera. While it will not be easy, a one-year postponement makes sense from several perspectives.