In Defense Of Jury Duty

In Defense Of Jury Duty

In the imagination of many, jury duty is something to be evaded (if possible) or endured (if necessary). We explore the constitution in action.

In the imagination of many, jury duty is something to be evaded (if possible) or endured (if necessary). But jury service is one of the most direct connections between American citizens and the Constitution. Kojo explores why jury duty matters.

Guests

Lynn Leibovitz

Associate Judge, Superior Court of the District of Columbia

Andrew Guthrie Ferguson

Assistant Professor of Law, David A. Clarke School of Law at University of the District of Columbia; former Supervising Attorney, Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia

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