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Criminal – Contempt – Jury Service Objection (access required)

A man who loudly complained about being summoned to jury service, waved his arms around, and refused to comply with court officials’ directive to follow the rules and put his request to be excused in writing, nevertheless cannot be convicted of misdemeanor contempt, says the Court of Appeals. No obstruction to the administration of justice occurred ...

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