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12/29/05

Texas Jurors To Receive Pay Raise

Texas jurors are getting a hefty pay-raise. Starting next year, the state will pay jurors $40 a day, up from the present $6. You receive that pay beginning on your second day of jury service.

This is the first time jurors have received a raise since 1954.

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