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Wednesday, July 13, 2011

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When I worked for the Superior courts in California, you got your standard salary as if you were at work for attending jury duty. It is a civic duty and too bad more businesses did not view it as such.

I can understand both sides of this issue. For those attending jury duty without pay, there is the potential for undue hardship.

If I were called to jury duty in Minnesota, it would be hard because I have children but I would do my best to serve.

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