Jury duty. An employer may not threaten or otherwise coerce or discharge an employee who has been called for prospective jury service or who serves as a juror. Any employer that violates this section is guilty of criminal contempt and may be fined $500, imprisoned for 6 months, or both. An employer that discharges an employee because of jury service may be liable for lost wages and reasonable attorney's fees and may be ordered to reinstate the employee (DE Code Tit. 10 Sec. 4515).
Court appearance. An employer may not discharge or discipline a victim or a representative of the victim for participation at the prosecutor's request in preparation for a criminal justice proceeding, attendance at a criminal justice proceeding if the attendance is reasonably necessary to protect the interests of the victim, or attendance at a criminal justice proceeding in response to a subpoena (DE Code Tit. 11 Sec. 9409).