My goodness! Well, perhaps it will be over sooner. Good luck.
wow - good luck. Two months - must be a very serious case. Take care and be a good citizen.
wow, two months - hope you get through it okay - ...
Good luck to you. Look forward to your return.Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.
Thanks, all. I am serving on felony grand jury duty. We have numerous cases in front of us each week day (normally about 17 or 18 cases a day and sometimes more). Our job is to decide if the prosecutor has enough evidence for an indictment in each case.
Wow, Daisy! This sounds like something from the TV show, Law & Order! I've never heard of a jury duty like that...sounds very interesting, and probably very tiring. Hope it all goes well.
This is definitely a very serious undertaking, Connie. It's good that you and others are serving on what can't be easy cases to decide. I have only ever been called for jury service that didn't go longer than a week. That was when we lived in NJ, but never in the 12 years we lived in VA and so far not yet in NH. If called, we would serve.
Hope all goes well and that you are back to blogging soon!
Will miss you. God will guide you in your duties. Cant wait till your return. Hugs, LJ
I was in the jury pool last month. I only was called for one jury and had I been chosen, it would have been a week and a half of long days, but they passed over me (it was a big civil case). Enjoy your time away.
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