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Posted: 9/21/2004 9:10:09 AM EST
Just how personal can lawyers get when questioning people to be prospective juriors? I had jury duty yesterday and the lawyers got way too personal. Did I have to answer their questions? There were two biker scum bags on trial for beating the shit out of another biker at their biker club house. I was asked questions about what part of town I live in, what school I went to. About my children and what schools they go to. The asked about my empoyment and where my wife worked. These shit heads live in my town, I don't want them to know anything about me. I live in a small town, it wouldn't be hard for them to find me. I don't need them coming after me and my family. I had to stop giving correct answers when the started asking what I did in my spare time. I wasn't about to tell them my spare time was taken up shooting firearms. I didn't want them comming around trying to steal my guns. After all, they can't buy them legally, so they have to steal them. I felt this was a total invasion of my privacy.
Link Posted: 9/21/2004 9:12:20 AM EST
IM Eric the hun. I would'nt have given them that info either.
Link Posted: 9/21/2004 9:14:00 AM EST
Just tell the defense attorney that you believe that police officers always tell the truth and if the dirtbags got arrested the are guilty period.
Then sit back and wait to be assigned to a boring civil trial.

Hunter out...
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