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A friend recently told me about when he was a juror on a civil trial regarding an unpaid invoice. His story made me shake my head. He said that at one point during the trial when the jury was sent back to the jury room, one of the jurors blurts out, “Well, I think he’s guilty” referring to the plaintiff. The foreperson’s response was that the plaintiff is the one suing and that this isn’t the type of case where someone is guilty. The juror’s retort was “I don’t care” and that he still thinks “the guy is guilty.”

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