2. There really are people who will state, under oath, that they do not believe in the principle of innocent until proven guilty.
3. People who say the police do not ever arrest innocent people probably have not many read police procedurals, certainly not those by Maj Sjowal and Per Wahloo.
4. Just because you're in the jury box, don't assume you're on the jury.
5. Even if you've been in sitting in the box for a day and a half.
6. Even if you didn't collapse under cross-examination like you did the last time you sat in the jury box.
7. When the judge asks if anyone in the room has ever been sexually abused or has a close friend or family member who has been, many hands will go up.
8. The same thing will happen when the judge asks if anyone has ever been accused of sexual abuse or has a close friend or family member who has been.
9. Some people have to have very simple questions repeated several times before they understand them.
10. If you have Jr. on your driver's liscense but didn't use it when you registered to vote, then you're twice as likely to be called for jury duty because your name has been fed into the computer twice.
11. If someone accuses you of certain crimes, and the jury believes him but not you; that is enough evidence to send you to prison in the state of California.
12. Being sent home from jury duty always feels a little bit like failing to pass a test.