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Jury duty - ughhhhhhh

 
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Crappy...
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I'll go, but I'm not going to be happy...
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Yes

I had to report for jury duty in January.

They treat you like one of the inmates...

the old crones managing the jury desk...

beware
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Crappy...
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blinker Don't be so quick, maybe we can have some fun with this. Why don't you post the details of the case on a continual basis and let GLP vote on it.

I hope BRIEF doesn't see this thread. LOL
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9teen And here's a good movie to get you in the mood. [link to www.youtube.com]
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hey tips..

ok so when you are in the court room and the lawyers asking you things they will try and manipulate your thoughts and ideas..

like ill give you an example.. the person charged was caught stealing in a store they have 2 cops who showed up after the fact who claim they know this guy stole... with no evidence.

your first thoughts was there a cam feed use ... if you want to prove your case.

nope no live cam feed only cops word...

if it doesnt sound right its not..


they will find the most simplest person to take and use cause they know they can manipulate you

just be honest and say no I do not agree with you

btw you might see about 600 people there in the waiting room expect to be there all day

have lunch money your whole day is gone

if picked you could be out of work for 2 weeks. and not paid jack squat
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12/13/2012 02:06 PM
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How about, since I assume this person is in court they are more than likely guilty, as if he was not, law enforcement would not have had enough information to further the process?
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I'll go, but I'm not going to be happy...
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You've already decided BEFORE you go???

MMMKKKK!!!

I did JD last week and had a good time! I would call it fun listening to the others in the jury room spout everything but the facts it was HILARIOUS!

OP I'll bet you're one of those that decides whether they like a movie BEFORE they see the movie themselves, they base everything on somebody else not themselves. That's you isn't it OP? Be honest!
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I'll go, but I'm not going to be happy...
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You've already decided BEFORE you go???

MMMKKKK!!!

I did JD last week and had a good time! I would call it fun listening to the others in the jury room spout everything but the facts it was HILARIOUS!

OP I'll bet you're one of those that decides whether they like a movie BEFORE they see the movie themselves, they base everything on somebody else not themselves. That's you isn't it OP? Be honest!
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No, I just see it as a colossal waste of time and productivity...
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12/13/2012 02:10 PM
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Just say "I don't need to hear the evidence, I can tell if he's guilty within the first second of looking at him"

They will not select you.
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12/13/2012 02:14 PM
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if you have jury duty, you need to read this:

[link to www.apfn.org]




As a JUROR in a trial setting, when it comes to your individual vote of innocent or guilty, you
are truly answerable to GOD ALMIGHTY. The First Amendment to the Constitution was born
out of this great concept. However, judges of today refuse to inform JURORS of their
RIGHTS. THe Minneapolis Star and Tribune in a news paper article appearing in its November
30, 1984 edition, entitled: “What Judges Don’t Tell Juries” stated:
“At the time of adoption of the Constitution, the jury’s role as a defense against political
oppression was unquestioned in American jurisprudence. This nation survived until the
1850’s, when prosecutions under the Fugitive Slave Act were largely unsuccessful because
juries refused to convict.”
“Then judges began to erode the institution of free juries, leading to the absurd compromise that
is the current state of the law. While our courts uniformly state juries have the power to return
a verdict of not guilty whatever the facts, they routinely tell jurors the opposite.”
“Further, the courts will not allow the defendants or their counsel to inform the jurors of their
true power. A lawyer who made . . . Hamilton’s argument would face professional discipline
and charges of contempt of court.”“By what logic should juries have the power to acquit a defendant but no right to know about
that power? The court decisions that have suppressed the notion of jury nullification cannot
resolve this paradox.”
“More than logic has suffered. As originally conceived, juries were to be made a safety valve
way to soften the bureaucratic rigidity of the judicial system by introducing the common sense
of the community. If they are to function effectively as the ‘conscience of the community,’
jurors must be told that they have the power and the right to say no to a prosecution in order to
achieve a greater good. To cut jurors off from this information is to undermine one of our most
important institutions.”
“Perhaps the community should educate itself. Then citizens called for jury duty could teach
the judges a needed lesson in civics.”
This booklet is designed to bring to your attention one important way our nation’s founders
provided to insure that you, (not the growing army of politicians, judges, lawyers, and
bureaucrats) rule this nation. it will focus on the rule of power you possess as a JUROR, how
you got it, why you have it, and remind you of the basis on which you must decide not only the
facts placed in evidence but also the validity or applicability of every law, rule, regulation,
ordinance, or instruction given by any man seated as a judge or attorney when you serve as a
JUROR.
One JUROR can stop tyranny with a “NOT GUILTILY VOTE!” He can nullify bad law in any
case, by “HANGING THE JURY!”
“I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. What I can do, I
should do and, with the help of God, I will do!” Everett Hale
The only power the judge has over the JURY is their ignorance!
JURY RIGHTS
“The jury has the right to judge both the law as well as the fact in controversy.” John Jay, 1
st
Chief Justice U.S. supreme Court, 1789
“The jury has the right to determine both the law and the facts.” Samuel Chase, U.S. supreme
Court Justice, 1796, Signer of the unanimous Declaration
“The jury has the power to bring a verdict in the teeth of both law and fact.” Oliver Wendell
Holmes, U.S. supreme Court Justice, 1902
“The law itself is on trial quite as much as the cause which is to be decided.” Harlan F. Stone,
12
th
Chief Justice U.S. supreme Court, 1941“The pages of history shine on instances of the jury’s exercise of its prerogative to disregard
instructions of the judge...” U.S. vs. Dougherty, 473 F 2
nd
1113, 1139. (1972)
 Quoting: Citizens Rule Book

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Wear an intimidating red suit if you are a woman ; if a man ; wear a suit with a power red tie... and they will drop you like a lead paper weight...
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one word....

NULLIFICATION
I'm a Libertarian Constitutionalist.

I don't give a shit what you do with your own life, whether you make it a success or a failure, that is an outcome of the choices you make, but please take responsibility for yourself and don't make ME pay for YOUR choices and we're all good.

Repeal the 17th Amendment and the Apportionment Act of 1911!

Thread: First steps down the road to a return to the Constitutional Republic that we were intended to be.

Restore the Republic.

It's a flower, not something to be feared.

cow - Moo!
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when you arrive, tell them "I'm ready to nullificate some laws."

they won't select you.
I'm a Libertarian Constitutionalist.

I don't give a shit what you do with your own life, whether you make it a success or a failure, that is an outcome of the choices you make, but please take responsibility for yourself and don't make ME pay for YOUR choices and we're all good.

Repeal the 17th Amendment and the Apportionment Act of 1911!

Thread: First steps down the road to a return to the Constitutional Republic that we were intended to be.

Restore the Republic.

It's a flower, not something to be feared.

cow - Moo!
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You can get out of jury duty 3 times without showing up. I did and didn' t get another summons for 7 years.

Request change of date, state financial hardship,tell them you have a mental illness, say you have the flu, ignore the letter, unless it was sent certified and you signed it,othewise they have no proff you got it.

Some of them worked for me, but 7 months later i was called back and went. Sat in this room for five hours, this person comes in and said they had messed up on the paper work so thre case was closed. We got credit for the year.
If you woke up breathing, you have another chance!
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when you arrive, tell them "I'm ready to nullificate some laws."

they won't select you.
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Good one

I will remember this one

wonder what those nasty old crones will do behind that curtain....
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when you arrive, tell them "I'm ready to nullificate some laws."

they won't select you.
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I was going to suggest something similar. Perhaps asking the prosecutor to explain how jury nullification works in front of all of the prospective jurors, or just discussing cases where it occurred with the other jurors.

I wish they'd pick me for a jury. That would be great! For some reason, they always send me home, even though I try not to say anything they wouldn't like. I would love the chance to free some poor slob trapped in our hellacious jail system for no good reason. Maybe they can smell it on me.
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when you arrive, tell them "I'm ready to nullificate some laws."

they won't select you.
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I was going to suggest something similar. Perhaps asking the prosecutor to explain how jury nullification works in front of all of the prospective jurors, or just discussing cases where it occurred with the other jurors.

I wish they'd pick me for a jury. That would be great! For some reason, they always send me home, even though I try not to say anything they wouldn't like. I would love the chance to free some poor slob trapped in our hellacious jail system for no good reason. Maybe they can smell it on me.
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Good luck
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when you arrive, tell them "I'm ready to nullificate some laws."

they won't select you.
 Quoting: Anonymous Cowherder


I was going to suggest something similar. Perhaps asking the prosecutor to explain how jury nullification works in front of all of the prospective jurors, or just discussing cases where it occurred with the other jurors.

I wish they'd pick me for a jury. That would be great! For some reason, they always send me home, even though I try not to say anything they wouldn't like. I would love the chance to free some poor slob trapped in our hellacious jail system for no good reason. Maybe they can smell it on me.
 Quoting: Meggarea



Good luck
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They are there to work a slave labor job for the corporate sector

you get in the way of corporate profits and you might find yourself in there working yourself

be careful...
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when you arrive, tell them "I'm ready to nullificate some laws."

they won't select you.
 Quoting: Anonymous Cowherder


I was going to suggest something similar. Perhaps asking the prosecutor to explain how jury nullification works in front of all of the prospective jurors, or just discussing cases where it occurred with the other jurors.

I wish they'd pick me for a jury. That would be great! For some reason, they always send me home, even though I try not to say anything they wouldn't like. I would love the chance to free some poor slob trapped in our hellacious jail system for no good reason. Maybe they can smell it on me.
 Quoting: Meggarea



Good luck
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They are there to work a slave labor job for the corporate sector

you get in the way of corporate profits and you might find yourself in there working yourself

be careful...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29134382


Been there, hated it, don't ever want to go back. That's partly why I feel as I do.
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Crappy...
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A smart aware person should feel a sharp pang of fear go up their spine at getting one of these demonic notices in the mail....
BRIEF
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Crappy...
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blinker Don't be so quick, maybe we can have some fun with this. Why don't you post the details of the case on a continual basis and let GLP vote on it.

I hope BRIEF doesn't see this thread. LOL
 Quoting: Judethz


Oops, too late :)
With freedom comes responsibility.

Heterosexual pride!

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Crappy...
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A smart aware person should feel a sharp pang of fear go up their spine at getting one of these demonic notices in the mail....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29134382


the old crones never stop looking for victims
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I've wanted to be on a jury ever since I read "Runaway Jury" by John Grisham. You want a verdict in your favor? Excellent, what's it worth to you?

Sadly, I never get selected.
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learn about jury nulification and educate others

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