eJury.com – Make Money Online Posing As a Juror5
Some time ago now, I signed up for eJury.com – the online trial experience. This is a site where you sign up to be a juror and make money online by judging a trial before it ever happens. This gives the lawyer in the trial a better idea of what the verdict might be before he goes to trial. It also gives him or her ideas and new perspectives in the case. This is by far one of the most interesting ways to make money online.
The pay is nothing to make a living from. Considering that it took 3-6 months after signing up to be an online juror before I received an actual case in my email inbox. The pay is $5 to $10 per case, and you will be informed of how much each case is before taking it. It takes around 30 minutes to review the case, fill in the form, and give your official opinion. There are absolutely no charges for making money online through eJury.com.
The case I read was very interesting. It was a medical case concerning an operation / procedure that should never have happened. I was very surprised at the results. They only rewarded the lady a mean of 12,500. In my opinion, the award should have been much higher! My estimate was 250,00. That’s what makes it so interesting. You can enter your opinions and have a look at the insides of a trial case.
The typical eJury case works like this:
Step 1: The attorney prepares the Case Submission which consists of facts from the perspectives of each party, the jury questions which would be used at trial, and personal questions designed to obtain additional feedback.
Step 2: eJury converts the attorney's Case Submission into an "html format" and posts it to a secure location on our website where only eJurors in the county of selection can access the case. The eJurors in that county are then notified by e-mail that a new case has been posted.
Step 3: The eJurors return to our website, log in, and begin reviewing the facts and answering the questions, each clicking a "Submit Verdict" button upon completion. Once the minimum number of verdicts have been rendered (usually 50), the case automatically concludes. A case summary is posted later for those interested in seeing the results.
There are some qualifications for being a juror. You must be 18 years of age, a citizen of the United States, be of sound mind and good moral character, be able to read and write, and have never been convicted of a felony or under indictment or other legal accusation of misdemeanor theft or any felony charge.
This is a wonderful, no-investment-required way to make a very small amount of money on the side. It’s honest, simple, and does not require much effort. eJuror.com is definitely worth signing up for, just don’t hold your breath.