What: Online Verdict enlists people to be mock jurors, working completely online. For trials lasting 20 minutes to an hour they’ll pay between $20 and $60.

Expected pay: $20 to $60 per hour

Husl $core: $$$$

Where: National


  • Be over the age of 18;
  • a U.S. Citizen;
  • Never convicted of a felony;
  • Not employed as an attorney or paralegal


You might hate it when you get called for jury duty, but the job is a lot better when they pay you and you can review the case from home. Online Verdict hires side hustlers to be mock jurors– reasonable people who say how they’d rule if presented with particular facts. The site estimates that it will take you 20 minutes to an hour to review and rule on each case. For that, they’ll pay between $20 and $60, depending on the time and complexity of the case.

The catch: There aren’t that many cases, so you may only get a case or two here and there. That said, for the time and effort required, it’s a pretty good side gig.

Other places to sign up to be a mock juror are Jury Test ($$$$); eJury ($$$); and SignUp Direct ($$$).

What their mock jurors say:

We were unable to find any reviews from Online Verdict jurors, but we were also unable to find any complaints, which is a good sign. Still, if you have experience with this company, please hit “contact us” and tell us about it. 


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