Ducking her civic responsibility? Not Olivia Brodsky. She may be only 4 years old. But when Olivia gets summoned for jury duty, she goes happily�or at least she would have if the court system didn’t put the kibosh on her good-humored attempt to serve on a jury panel.
Brodsky was scheduled to report to Stamford Superior Court on the morning of Nov. 19. “She was excited from the minute she got the news” of her summons, says Olivia’s mother, Karin Brodsky.
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