When it comes to going after people who ignore the call for jury duty, the Massachusetts’ Delinquent Juror Prosecution Program advises “a consistent, persistent, yet gentle enforcement of the law.”

People who don’t heed a summons to the jury pool are sent two notices of delinquency, given two chances to answer for themselves in court, then are issued an arrest warrant if they don’t show up.

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