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A display—“Celebrating the Rule of Law”—honored 150 years of jury law in Massachusetts. There it sat front and center of the jury pool room brimming with people like me called to serve. Perhaps we were all a bit awed. Reluctant to be there. Apprehensive.
In spite of an impending house sale, a pack up and move deadline—with time out to find a new home in another state—I’d felt a strong need to be in court. Yet I was still so focused on wondering, “Will I be called? How long will this take?” that initially the display didn’t catch my attention.