This really brings back some old memories. I was a law clerk for Judge Harry McAra and later Val Washington in the mid 80s. Nick (can’t remember his last name, but it was/is Greek) was the County Clerk and ran the Jury pool process…some wonderful women in the Clerk’s office, btw. Anyway, remember taking serving jurors to lunch at the Masonic Temple during deliberations. Everyone had to wear a badge like this with a number. Anyone know if they still do that?
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