What: Virtual Jury purports to provide work listening and responding to court arguments/mock trials but is mysterious about its payments and terms

Expected pay: unclear

Husl $core: $

Where: Nationwide


  • Be over the age of 18;
  • a U.S. Citizen;
  • Not a felon or indicted;
  • not involved in the legal profession


Virtual Jury appears to be like the other mock juror sites, which hire individuals to review and rule on cases that the attorney will be bringing to trial. It typically takes between an hour and 90 minutes to review a case. In most cases, virtual juries do their work online. Other jury sites pay generously for the service. But, unlike the other mock juror sites, there is no information about how much this site will pay.

$ideHusl left both phone and email messages at Virtual Jury offices, but got no response. Given the lack of response — and the fact that we can find no juror reviews, positive or negative — they get our lowest rating.

If they ever respond, we’ll update the review and rating. In the meantime, if you are looking to be a juror for mock trials, we’d suggest Online Verdict, Jury Test or SignUp Direct.

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