In October 2019, California’s Governor signed Senate Bill 310 into law. S.B. 310 went into effect on January 1, 2020, restoring juror eligibility to most Californians with a felony criminal history. A survey of county websites reveals that on August 16, 2020 – more than seven months later – 36 of California’s 58 counties had published misleading, false, or no information on this legislative change. These findings reveal an incongruity between California lawmakers and California’s trial courts and highlight the need for a comprehensive, empirically informed campaign aimed at making Californians with a felony criminal conviction aware of their new juror eligibility status.