Ain't no half steppin'
Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: North Carolina
Quoted: 3 Post(s)
Total Points: 3,139,789,967,553,755.50
Originally Posted by The_Bringer
I haven't decided if I want to attempt to serve on the jury or make an effort to get pinged by the defense lawyer yet.
On the one hand, it's a pretty unique civic experience that, if selected, I take very seriously.
But on the other hand, if I get picked to serve I'll end up having to spend at least a week or two conversating with (and pretending to like) my fellow jurors which, given my location, will most likely consist of Bible thumping conservative rednecks who think that Obama is the antichrist and abortion is murder.
Furthermore - The compensation. 30 bucks a day? Really? I mean, I don't expect them to pay me what my actual job pays me, but couldn't they at least make it minimum wage, FFS?
this was the main reason why i decided to get out of it. i didn't really mind the actual jury duty because that's an experience many wont have. not to sound full of myself but my time was more valuable then what they were going to pay especially for something that important.
Last edited by Shadow boxer 3; 01-26-2013 at 04:58 PM.