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If I Were On a “Law and Order” Jury

December 2, 2017
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Jury duty stalks me like an obsessed lover. No sooner has the legal period between calls elapsed than they call me again. It never fails. Some people are never called for jury duty. I wish…

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Jury Doody

February 24, 2016
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If you have a choice between shoveling horse manure and serving on a jury, go with the manure mucking every time, nolo contendere. The two jobs pay about the same, and being a juror involves…

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Real Duty

January 27, 2014
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Real Duty

In life there are certain universal truths. For example, if a job posted on Craigslist promises “a six-figure salary”, you’ll discover during the interview that that includes the numbers after the decimal point. Or similarly,…

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The Juror Was (Spaced) Out

October 22, 2013
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The Juror Was (Spaced) Out

There are people who never get called for jury duty, and there are those who are called as often as the law will allow. I am one of the latter. The last time I was…

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One Angry Man – My Attempt to Ditch Jury Duty

December 20, 2011
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One Angry Man – My Attempt to Ditch Jury Duty

After almost 20 years of dodging my civic duty, they finally found me. I’ve been summoned for jury duty during the second week of January, here in the Los Angeles County Superior Court. On the…

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