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Saturday, February 4, 2012

Juror Hold Out

I have never sat on a jury. The closest I came to being accepted as a jurist was in my third year of law school when I made it out of the jury waiting room, was sent to a courtroom for a criminal trial and was called in the 'box'. The 'box' is the area where the jury sits during the trial. There I was questioned by the attorneys and was promptly dismissed after the defense attorney found out that I had spent a summer working in the District Attorney's office. That will likely be the closest I will ever come to serving on a jury. While many citizens dread the jury summons notice, I will continue hold out hope.

Courtesy of Time Warner Cable, the 'juror hold out' commercial.




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