June 7, 2013

Let’s face it: ┬ájury service can be a major inconvenience. But, like paying taxes, it’s not voluntary. ┬áThe recent words of a federal judge, however, may be just inspirational enough to make performing one’s civic duty more bearable. In Clark v. Castro, the Southern District of New York explained why it refused to vacate a…

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