posted on Dec, 13 2015 @ 03:22 PM
If you have prior history in the Military here is one for you, when they ask if you can objectively consider the issue with out prejudice, mention you
spent time living under the UCMJ and your views will stay in line with that.
To date I have been in the selection pool 12 times and 12 times let go, with a thank you for your service but you will not be needed. Even though I
was really interested in the case and wanted to be selected.
It has to do with the fact that under UCMJ if your brought to trial you have to have innocence proven not guilt. Most of the lawyers for defense will
request you not to be put on a jury for that reason.
If you do not have military background, look at the charge if you can see a conflict of interest then asking questions along the lines of the
conflict, for example in the case of Aggravated assault with Retribution it is explained the person was already charged and tried with Aggravated
assault, so you already know the person was found guilty, asking about clarifying that point I have seen has gotten other people dismissed out of
Now the hard part is how the heck do you get selected with out Omitting history.