So much for the highly exalted right to a jury trial.

In a case that should dramatically remind all of us to be cautious about what we ask for, the owner of some television stations in the South argued all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court last year that he was entitled to have a jury decide the issue of damages in a copyright infringement case brought by a Hollywood studio that produces TV series.

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