It’s finally happened. I figured it would one day.
Eventually the town had to work it’s way through the alphabet, and now my turn to do my civic duty has arrived…maybe.
I’ve been summoned to appear for a jury panel, which means that I may or may not be chosen to sit on a jury. The suspense writer in me is intrigued by the possibility. The practical-can’t-sit-for-more-than-an-hour-or-my-back-goes-into-spasms side of me is a tad apprehensive.
I can’t complain about the timing. I have no looming deadlines, and despite all the crime I write about in my fictional town set in this region, we don’t have any upcoming trials that would go on for weeks on end…at least none that I know about.
So…I’m excited about the opportunity to experience the process, watch the people and take lots of notes for future books!
Your Turn: Have you ever been called to jury duty? If so, how was it? If not, would you want to be?
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