Vintage LK: What I Learned On Jury Duty

editor’s note: from 9/11/09, LK came back from Bronx County court with tales to tell and a first hand look at a broken judicial system.

Today’s PodKast in four parts…

1. Paying attention doesn’t pay. LK thinks for himself and gets the boot.

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2. There’s no such thing as a jury of one’s peers, and if there was, it wouldn’t be a good thing.

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3. Wasted in the court: Gov’t squanders dollars and human resources in the courthouse; can military or education spending be any different?

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4. The ultimate lesson: Justice is like sausage; you can swallow it better if you don’t know the ingredients.

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