the life of a juror

Yesterday, I got picked for jury duty out of 130 potential jurors to sit in the box for a federal murder case. I’m pretty sure that’s all I can say. But I can’t wait to talk about when it’s done in several weeks and we come to a verdict. It’s fascinating to be a vital participant in the legal system and watch it all unfold — it’s really not that dissimilar to ‘The Wire’ and other legal shows. Stay tuned.

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One response to “the life of a juror

  1. Joe

    Erin,

    Don’t admit to anything. Get a good lawyer. I’ll arrange for bail. Everything will be fine in 10 to 20.

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