Jury Duty is an important responsibility for American citizens
Early on a Monday morning I went to the county courthouse for a jury duty summons. The large room was packed. After we checked in by name, we had to fill out a form and answer questions.
A judge spoke to us about how juries were selected and for what kinds of trials. Then we listened to rules of the day by a lady who worked behind the counter. Last we watched a television presentation about responsibility and what is expected of jurors who are selected.
I came prepared for the waiting to see if I was called to a courtroom. Iced water and snacks in Tupperware are essentials!
I love my OXO Strive Propel Bottle (16.9 Oz) because it’s leak proof. I can toss it in the tote bag upside down and know the contents will stay dry. I slipped on a Thinsulate insulated Kup Kollar to slow the ice melt.
Along with a book of short stories by Alice Munro, I had a knitting project for entertainment.
After long lines of people formed to fill juror requests by four judges, the rest of us were dismissed at noon. So Perry and I went to Over Easy in the University Village shopping center on North Nevada Avenue for brunch! Yummy!