Jurors are paid $40 a day as an attendance fee. Federal employees (except United States Postal Service employees) do not receive an attendance fee. Juror checks are mailed four to six weeks after jury service is completed.
Federal jurors are paid parking expenses, toll expenses, and round-trip mileage from their home address to the courthouse address each day they serve at a rate of $0.545 (automobiles) and $0.515 (motorcycles) a mile. The rates are subject to change. Juror checks are mailed four to six weeks after jury service is completed.
Jurors who live 60 miles or more from the courthouse may receive subsistence payments if necessary to spend the night closer to the courthouse.
Here are the rules for subsistence payments: