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Re: Jury Duty - Never mind

Posted by cockeyed on June 14, 2005, at 22:51:04

In reply to Jury Duty - Never mind, posted by fallsfall on June 10, 2005, at 12:06:37

JURY DUTY!!! My goodness, me. Well, I swan.
I want nothing to do with the criminal justice system. "deformation professional" is a french term for my situation. I was once a do-gooder who spent about ten years of my life dealing with...those who might be considered prime candidates for a 'firmly structured environment' pardon this rant but JURY DUTY means "in custody" to me. I want no part of it. Yet I'm "summoned" every year. There is a one major factoid one should realize about the system...lawyers are notoriously last minute about everything. I have noted in very large red letters that I'm a retired employee of the "corrections system"
I want nothing to do with going thru metal detectors or being "voir dired" because I can not accept the damn system. I learned too much about set-ups and prosecutorial scams...sorry if I'm being uncivil but I'm related to a long line of civil servants. As far as I'm concerned JURY DUTY is a form of incarceration. I can't handle it. I did my time on the installment plan and I don't consider myself fit to judge some poor slob, okay, I'm being uncivil, but I believe that any crime involving a firearm should be punishable by the most extreme measures. Frankly, I loathe criminals and am too warped to make an informed consideration. I realize I'm Blah-blahing, but I'm not fit to be a juror.
Still, every year, I'm summoned like clock work and every year I have to produce medical testimony that I can't serve. Damn me but I'm a hard case. Guilty. Plain and simple...but that's not reality. I know that, yet I can't get past my repulsion for the whole deal.
Lord, but I can't stop. Why I'm writing this I'm not sure...but I don't for one minute trust the system because I was part of it. Cockeyed.




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