If you have a JSON string you can just eval() it to get an js object. You should only do this if you trust the service providing the value, otherwise use JSON.parse.
But jQuery.get and jQuery.post will parse the result automatically, presuming the correct content-type header is sent.
If that doesn't answer your question can you post some sample code?
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