Question of the Week

What’s the strangest thing you’ve ever seen on a jury form?


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Last month, we noted that a Pennsylvania judge scolded a couple after the boyfriend filled out the girlfriend’s jury summons form with all manner of disrespectful answers.

Drayke Jacobs-Van-Tol responded to questions such as “How many children do you have” with smart-aleck answers, including “none survived the abortions” and “The NSA knows everything. Ask them.”

This week, we’d like to ask you: What’s the strangest thing you’ve ever seen on a jury form?

Answer in the comments.

Read the answers to last week’s question: What did you learn from your legal mentor? And mentors, what have you learned from your mentees?

Featured answer:

Posted by IndyLaw: “1. ‘It’s a round world. You are going to be practicing in this city for a lot of years. You may need a favor from that lawyer some day. Think about that and then decide if you should file a motion, make a phone call or do something else.’ 2. Be yourself. If you are a nice guy, act like a nice guy. If you are a jerk (he did not say jerk), then be that. Be true to who you are and you will be better off and more successful.”

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