I was put on jury duty for the month of February. I was so upset buy this. I had to report on Wednesday and was selected to sit on the jury for a trial. Man I was mad just because someone broke the law I had to suffer right along with them. Then as the trial started I decided as long as I have to do this I have to do it right. Then a defense lawyer came in dressed in his 1000.00 suit and his 100.00 hair cut and started bashing a state trouper trying to convince we the jury that he didn't do his job right. He was in my mind so disrespectful of this man. I felt like jumping up and smacking this guy. But after hearing both sides and deliberating with the other members of the jury. I now have changed my out look on having to be part of this. I was very impressed with the way that even though we had no choice in being there we took several hours to go over a case that should have been cut and dried from the start just to make sure our decision was right. People might not want to be there but they also want to do it to the best of their ability and that is something to be proud of. The only negative thing I took from the experience is that just as I had thought all along it is more about the dance when it comes to lawyers they (most of them) don't care how they go about it as long as they win. But if you look past them and just focus on the truth and proven facts justice can still prevail.