People appreciation

This week I served on a jury, and the case ended yesterday.  It was a criminal case at the Superior Court of California.  Court officials treat jurors courteously and professionally, and I felt the importance of achieving fair and just results for those who come before the court. I’m glad to be getting back to my regular routine but glad I could make a contribution to our justice community.

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2 thoughts on “People appreciation

  1. Hi Janessa, yeah! I didn’t have to bring a pillow to sit on! Everyone was really nice. Even though this case ended up deadlocked on three of the five counts, we managed to agree on two. The problem was that the defendant admitted she exaggerated! It was difficult to gage what to believe!

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