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I am currently serving as a district court grand juror. This is the first time I have ever served as a juror and it has been very interesting. In my work as a Child Protective Services Social Worker, I spent plenty of time in court for judicial reviews and in both civil and criminal trials as a witness.
This experience is rounding out my exposure to the judicial system very nicely. A lot of it is pretty routine stuff, but there are cases that make one wonder just how evolved we really are as a species.
I was wondering if anyone here has had the opportunity to serve as a juror and if you feel as I do that this service is both a duty and a privilege.
If you were called to serve, would you do so willingly, or would you do your best to get out of it? Why?