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8 minutes ago, Jacen123 said:

I had a summons come for May.  If I wasn’t so busy, I actually would have liked to get called in.  Fortunately, though, I ended up not being selected and was just told not to report.

I wouldn’t mind at all if I knew I was going to hear a case, but last time I just sat in a big room for a week waiting to potentially be called. We don’t do that whole “We know you’re not getting called so you’re free” thing

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Hey! Southern Ohio couldn't disqualify you for that either. Otherwise you could never get s jury of your peers.

They made you watch X-Men: Apocalypse?? I guess cruel and unusual punishment doesn't apply to the jurors.

That too.

That’s really annoying.  I would hate that, too.

 

When I moved to Texas, I kept getting summons for jury duty for various courts in Florida.  The first time was understandable, but I got pissed that I had to keep telling them that I moved after that.  My change of residency should have gotten updated in their system.

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8 hours ago, Destiny Skywalker said:

I got summoned after I moved out of Florida, too. That's funny. Is that their primary jury pool, former residents?

Gotta find the people smart enough to be on a jury.

For this one, this is for a specific trial and I’ll definitely go through jury selection, and I’ll either serve on that jury or go home.

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29 minutes ago, Zathras said:

The smart people get out of jury duty! ;)

Sounds like the smart people leave Florida.

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