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Jury duty summons not optional

April 7, 2013

Thirty-nine Wood County residents are learning, the hard way, that failure to comply with West Virginia Code pertaining to responding to a prospective juror’s questionnaire can be expensive....

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Atmdude

Apr-13-13 9:13 AM

So help me understand this. Your jury duty letter is mailed first class...not certified?

So when your jury duty letter is delivered to the wrong house a mile down the road (which happens often in my neighborhood)and that person chooses to throw your letter in the trash as opposed to trying to get this letter to you, it is your fault? How can something this important not require a signature on our part?

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Sookie

Apr-09-13 8:58 AM

I've lived in Wood County for 8 years and have never been called for jury duty. I wouldn't mind doing my civic duty, and cannot understand why those 39 folks just ignored the summons. I think Judge Bean did the right thing!!

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Itsnottolate

Apr-07-13 8:02 AM

Judge Beane *****.

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