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    Agent54  over 3 years ago

    And this is where the lying begins.

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    gregcartoon GC Insider over 3 years ago

    It’s also where the looking-like-deer-in-the-headlights begins.

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    dzw3030  over 3 years ago

    I’ve served on three juries & this is not what I experienced. Once we got “caught” everyone buckled down and did the job.

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    Allan CB GC Insider over 3 years ago

    haha funny.

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    Zanere  over 3 years ago

    I think they should take the first 12 ppl that walk thru the door

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    OldestandWisest  over 3 years ago

    No alternates?

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    fleebell  over 3 years ago

    @david_42I totally agree. Apply logic or common sense to anything they ask and it just ruins their whole day. Over the last 30 years I have been summoned for court duty about every other year and never been actually been picked for a jury yet.

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    fleebell  over 3 years ago

    @treesareus No I wouldn’t want you on a jury. In the last 55 years I’ve only met two out of hundreds that I considered even vaguely honest. I was a gunsmith for many years and heard many stories right from cops themselves how they screwed people over on purpose with planting stolen guns and drugs in peoples cars when pretending to search them. Many have even showed me their little stolen guns and drug packages they keep just for that purpose. I wouldn’t trust a modern cop as far as I could throw one and since I’m disabled that would be about 6 inches at most!

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    stlmaddog5  over 3 years ago

    To answer a question from 2 days ago, yes, I actually have been arrested in several different states. Although charges were dropped or reduced to a misdemeanor.

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    Comic Minister  over 3 years ago

    I see now!

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    Number Three (Free Afficionado)  over 3 years ago

    Excellent strip!

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    Llywus  over 3 years ago

    The last jury pool I was in had a judge with an attitude a bit like this. She even made a joke about cookies and cake for the lucky chosen.I served on one trial and I liked the way she ran the courtroom.

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    Hunter7  over 3 years ago

    we were promised burger and fries. … and allowed to leave for lunch… with the threat of the sheriff coming to get us if we didn’t return..we don’t get questions during selection process – but do have the opportunity to voice a question or statement to the judge prior to the lawyers going yea or nay.

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    Agent54  over 3 years ago

    @David_42Guess it depends where you live, I have been in IT over 35 years , have a higher level government clearance and work nights, yet I have had 3 local jurys and 1 federal. Worked 4 cases in local and sat around for the federal, but was not called into selection.

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    gregcartoon GC Insider over 3 years ago

    It really is VERY area-dependent. I have no room to complain around here. I’ve been called up for jury duty more often than most people I know, but Memphis has a pretty streamlined and fair system for jury duty- better than my hometown only 80 miles away, and most other towns people tell me about.

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    rgcviper  over 3 years ago

    At least he knows his audience.

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    Taracinablue  over 3 years ago

    The cake is a lie.

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    Pharmakeus Ubik  over 3 years ago

    They gave us coffee and cookies.

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