Wednesday, June 4, 2014
Andrew G. Ferguson (University of the District of Columbia, David A. Clarke School of Law) has this post at The Huffington Post. In part:
Being a juror represents one of the last unifying civic experiences in a wonderfully diverse America. Sharing those experiences reaffirms the participatory aspect of jury service. Just as each citizen has one vote, each juror has one voice when it comes to jury service. So maybe it is time to share that juror voice and see why jury duty matters.
Start sharing #jurorvoices on Twitter or send your jury stories to JurorVoices@gmail.com or jurydutymatters on Facebook.