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The clue to this book is rather in the description, which if you think about it is rather long and cmplicated certainly for a book thats only 5 hours long - it goes on a bit. The story is ok and midly interesting, but I found the author a bit full of himself and rather a 'moral liberal' - critical of the way things are; but unable to offer alternatives. Felt a little as if I was being preached at.
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The author was very detailed in the jury decision making process. It seemed to drag a great deal to the point you could fast forward through a great deal and the jury would be at the same place. Someone unfamiliar with the judicial system may enjoy this more than a person who is well versed in trials.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
A very interesting account of a juror's experience. His exasperating ordeal during juror deliberations closely parallels my own experience as a juror on two criminal trials. Getting twelve people to agree on anything is well nigh impossible, yet this is essential to our justice system. This window into how difficult it can be to be a responsible juror is thought provoking and very engaging.
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