Many years ago, I was picked to serve as a juror for a criminal trial. At the time, I was a young reporter who often covered trials for my local newspaper and felt the experience would help me better understand the entire process.

And I was secretly thrilled by the prospect of weighing the facts of the case and then wielding the power to help decide a person’s fate. Pretty heady stuff.

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