The juror's roll call is held in the courtroom or jury pool room to which you were instructed to report. When your name is called, you should be prepared to stand and give your name, occupation and the mileage from your home to the courthouse. After the roll call, the presiding judge may ask certain questions to determine whether each individual is qualified to serve as a juror. At the end of each day or if dismissed earlier, you should make sure that you understand where you are to report for service the following day. Each morning as you report to the appointed courtroom or jury pool room, roll call will be held to record your presence. When you are on duty as a juror, your proper place is that area which has been set apart for jurors.