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"There were probably easier ways to get out of jury duty."
'Great technical scores on your closing argument!'
"The people thank and excuse juror number 2."
"We the jury couldn't reach a verdict, but we were able to come up with this haunting ballad about the murder."
"One soft drink and eleven stiff drinks."
'Since I already know she did it, can I go sit in the lobby and watch TV?'
"Guilty. I sentence you to six months of jury duty."
'We have special circumstances here Your Honor...Mr. Juttle committed the crime so he could get out of jury duty.'
"We have a new game called, "Call of Jury Duty." It's no surprise that no one wants to play it."
'Bailiff, would you please send a text to, juror #2 and instruct him to put his phone away.'
'Since this your first offense, I am sentencing you to seven months of jury duty.'
'Your honor, the jury has dismissed themselves with their assurance that whatever I decide is fine with them.'
'I know that, reverend, but where does it say 'jury not'?'
"You call that a jury of my peers? Twelve dopes who couldn't weazel their way out of jury duty??"
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'Prisons are overcrowded and a drag on the economy, so I'm sentencing you to six months of jury duty.'
"OK, two out of three..."
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'Tell me why I should excuse you from serving on jury duty. Be careful what you say. I have been trained to read between the lies.'
"Can you handle things by yourself for a few weeks? I've been called for jury duty."
'Your honor, the jury is deadlocked, 11 to 1.'
"Your honor, we've not been able to seat a jury of his peers."
'I thought I was supposed to be tried by a jury of my peers.'
'But on the bright side, we'll never have to serve jury duty.'
'Bailiff, there's a fight in the jury room. Someone turned off Dr. Phil.'
"The jury doesn't want to visit the crime site again, your honor. They want to go to Disneyland instead!"
"We can't reach a verdict, your honor. Probably because none of us are even smart enough to get out of jury duty."