Former President Barack Obama is being called up to participate in one of the most important tasks that a civilian can be summoned to perform: jury service.
Mr Evans said that the former president's security was a priority.
Obama is unlikely to be selected for a jury even if he's willing to appear.
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Mr Obama, 56, owns a home in Washington DC and also in Chicago and could be called for civil or criminal cases. CNN has reached out to Evans and Obama's representative, but has not heard back.
Sources told the news site that Evans had revealed the detail about Obama when discussing the importance of jury service in a public meeting on Friday.
"Obviously we will make certain that he has all the accoutrements that accompany a former president".
"It's crucial that our society get the benefit of that kind of commitment", he said. According to CBS News, the summons were sent to Obama's former home on the South Side of Chicago, but the president told the county court that he wouldn't be able to make it. He'll follow in the footsteps of presidential predecessors George W. Bush and Bill Clinton, both of whom appeared for jury selection after leaving the White House.
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Former U.S. President Barack Obama shakes hands after speaking at a rally in support of Democratic candidate Phil Murphy, who is running against Republican Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno for the governor of New Jersey, on October 19, 2017 in Newark, New Jersey.
Bush reported to the George Allen Dallas County Civil Court building in August 2015 where he sat through the selection process but was not chosen as a juror.
In March 2003, Bill Clinton became Prospective Juror No. 142 in federal court in Manhattan. The gig also offers pay that's far below what Obama is used to: Cook County jurors earn less than $20 per day.
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