While listening to the first of many doctors provide testimony in a medical malpractice trial, first-timejuror Judy Muniz had a question. So she asked it right then and there inthe middle of the examination. Out loud.

Sound unusual? During thistrial in Nassau County Supreme Court, which ended Aug. 2., jury duty wasan interactive learning experience. A teacher by profession, Ms. Munizappreciated the judge’s courtroom innovation.

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