After serving on two excruciating civil juries, I got lucky. I reported for jury duty twice and never left the jury room. I was dismissed from service at the end of the day. Both times.
There was great rejoicing. Continue reading When You Listen to Lawyers (#120)
I heard people bitch and moan about jury duty my entire life:
“You have to drive all the way downtown! In rush hour!”
“Three months on a capital case! Sequestered. Ended in the jury hung and me damned near divorced!”
“You know what’s crazy? Entrusting your life to twelve people who weren’t smart enough to get out of jury duty!” Continue reading Jury The First (#118)