TexasT's (texasts) wrote,
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Right. Jury Duty Today

I suppose being a man of thought and reason is a good thing here. But that doesn’t change the fact that I have been empowered to change a man’s life. I am very uneasy about this.

If he did it, then it is up to me and my fellow jurors to make sure he pays for it. If I don’t believe he did it, then I’ll do my damnedest to keep his ass outta jail.

It just seems to me that there is a whole lot of human crap here that should not be considered.

Somehow or another I managed to get a decent nights rest. Might have something to do with the fact that yesterday morning I woke up at 3AM. SPROING! And was unable to get back to sleep. Ya THINK? I do.

Oh and heres something I didn’t know, but it was verified by a couple of attorneys I am acquainted with. In a large jury pool of say 65 people that have been empaneled, if you are sitting in the first two rows, you have a 50% chance of being put on the jury. Likewise the last row. In the middle ~ Not so much.

Where was big old T’s in this mess? I was number 10. Right in the front row. So when the judge, or either of the attorneys were looking at the panel, it seemed to me that they were eyeballing me a lot of the time.
Tags: 42, truth justice and the american way
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