You should not do this.
First, Civic Duty.
Second, bench warrant.
Third, chances are it's no more than a day out of your life, a day you will get paid for.
Fourth, justice cannot happen if people just arbitrarily decide not to show up for jury duty. You have a Constitutional right to a jury trial, whether civil or criminal. When you just up and decide that you're not going to show up, you are denying someone else their Constitutional right. Just as they would be denying you YOUR Constitutional right if you ever needed to have a jury trial and you couldn't get any jurors.
Conflict happens, and when those conflicts cannot be settled out of court -- which most cases are -- then what is required is a jury of one's peers, who have no dog in the fight, need to see all the evidence, hear all the witnesses, etc., and come to a conclusion of who is right or wrong. This is true for criminal cases as well as civil. Justice cannot happen without you.
If it were you, if you needed to sue someone -- or God forbid you got sued by someone, or worse yet, you were the victim of a crime, you would need a jury, and you would want the best jury you could find. It may be a pain in the butt in the beginning, but at the end you will have received quite the education and you will have done a good deed for both plaintiff and defendant, as well as your civic duty. The role of juror is far more important than that of attorney, judge, clerk, paralegal, or court reporter. It cannot happen without you.
Retired Court Reporter who has most definitely seen jurors brought in on bench warrants for blowing off jury duty.