Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Skipping the Civics Lesson

Yeah, yeah, what about my civic duty? Civic duty be damned, I say. What a relief to see this tonight:


Juror Status
Juror ID: XXXXXXXXX
Juror Name: PATOIS
Status: Ended

Based on your status, there is no action required by you at this time. If you have any questions, please contact the Marin Superior Court Jury Services office at 415/473-6063 during the regular workday (M-F, 8:30 am – 4:00 pm) or via e-mail to
jury@marincourt.org.


Thankfully, I won't be having to worry about any bench warrants being issued for me. At least any relating to ditching jury duty.

7 comments:

Mrs. Schmitty said...

I hate jury duty...that's the one great thing about kids. LOL I haven't had to serve in quite a few years!

Wifey said...

Never done jury duty ... and never really want to. Good to know they won't be picking you up ... for that anyway.

Winks & Smiles,
Wifey

Tara R. said...

A couple of years ago, I got to serve on a federal jury for two weeks... it was actually kind of fun.

My daughter got called for duty recently, but she now lives outside of the county while at college, she got a mandatory waiver. nice.

Maggie May said...

hurahh!

Janet said...

I've done jury duty 4 times. Twice in Nashville where the sentence, er, service was 2 weeks long. Twice in eastern Kentucky, where it is a tenure of 6 MONTHS.

D... said...

I can no longer claim having a 10 & under child as a waiver. I'm sure I'll be called post haste.

Coal Miner's Granddaughter said...

The last time I got called, I was breastfeeding the J-man. I offered to come with him tucked under a blanket. They? Declined. Pussies...

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