Thursday, July 30, 2009

Jury In a Hurry

Lewis Payne, "Lincoln Conspirator" By Alexander Gardner, 1865

I was recently called to serve on a jury in criminal court. What I thought might be a quick in and out endeavor has turned into a relatively lengthy and complicated affair. But I've already said too much. Really. The judge has locked me and my 11 closest new friends in a room, taken away our phones and instructed us to not discuss the case in any fashion. So I wont. Until we reach a verdict. Whenever that is.

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