Americans might not give much thought to their right to a trial by jury unless they are accused of a crime. But the experience of serving as a juror on several insurance cases made me aware of the process in all its tedious glory. Fancifully, I imagine that a trail by jury is the path worn by stampeding citizens after the judge thanks them for their service and tells them they’re free to go.
Trail by jury is a typo of low probability and appears 2 times in OhioLINK when searched as a phrase.
(The Jury, by John Morgan, from Wikimedia Commons)
Thursday, July 23, 2009
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