Very useful. I learnt:
1. Not to pre-judge things
2. the virtue of the doctrine: innocent until proven guilty
3. limitations of the evidence-based judicial system
Overall, they have been good experiences and the end result tends to offset the waiting, lines. and such. Just prepare for the whole process up front...take along a good book or a notepad to do some writing for that time while you are waiting. Once you are actually on a jury, the process becomes quite interesting and you will be glad that you performed your civic duty. WB
At times, boring. I don't like courts nor lawyers. The only courtroom I like is the one on Law and Order.
by chanroth 3 years ago
I receive a letter regarding to the Jury Duty, why do we have to go? My fiance was charge $1,500 for not showing up since he was at Cambodia for Dad funeral. What is the reason for going to Jury duty, I just have my first letter today. Doesn't specifically specify why I have to go, just a ticket...
by Adam 7 years ago
It's my first time... for jury duty.So I was informed that I have to show up and perform my duties as a citizen and partake in jury duty. Half of me wants to back out, but I still want to see how it's like. Has anyone ever been on a jury before, and do you have any advice? Like what snacks I should...
by jenbeach21 5 years ago
What are some ways to pass the time waiting during jury duty?
by Kenna McHugh 2 years ago
How did you get out of jury duty?
by Rochelle Frank 4 years ago
I reported for jury duty this morning. The line of potential jurors stretched across the courthouse square. Of about 70 people in line at one time there were several, especially young women, wearing shorts and flip flops. Others were wearing dirty jeans and tank tops. While this is a rural...
by janesix 3 years ago
I've been summoned for jury duty, which will be every Tuesday and Thursday for two months. It's for the grand jury. What should I expect? I'm not sure what exactly a grand jury does as opposed to a regular one. Also, I am schizoaffective. The law for my state says that I can't be on the jury if I'm...
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