The jurors — no names, just jurors #1 to #5 — sat at the front of the seminar room telling of their mostly negative experience on jury duty during last week’s annual conference of the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys.

Unfortunately for the audience of attorneys listening, many of the jurors’ complaints had to do with lawyers’ behavior during the trials in which they served.

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