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    If you have pulled over a vehicle, for a simple thing such as speeding. Can you ask the driver to come back to the car with you, away from danger?

    Do police officers have jury duty?

    Then I've got another question, if I can remember it, I'll ask later.

  • #2
    1. Yes.

    2. Depends on the state, in my state we are exempt.
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    • #3
      1. Yes
      2. Yes (in KY anyway)

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      • #4
        1. Yes
        2. Yes, but I doubt any defense attorney would allow one of us to stay on the jury. Never know, though.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Taylor13 View Post
          If you have pulled over a vehicle, for a simple thing such as speeding. Can you ask the driver to come back to the car with you, away from danger?

          Do police officers have jury duty?

          Then I've got another question, if I can remember it, I'll ask later.

          1. Yes, more often than some would think.

          2. Again more often that you would think. We're citizens, and have the same obligations as everyone else.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by JPSO Recruit View Post
            1. Yes.

            2. Depends on the state, in my state we are exempt.
            I'm moving to your state, I had jury duty about 3 months ago, I showed up in my class A's and was quickly dismissed
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            • #7
              Exempt here in CA.....the jury instruction sheet even has the secret squirrel number you have to call to make the notification
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              • #8
                1.Yes

                2. Yes, I get my jury summons every two yrs. I've never been picked but its an all day pain in the butt!
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                • #9
                  1. Yes, many times.

                  2. Yes and it will always fall on your day off! I had jury duty a few months ago and was on a panel for a traffic accident. I asked one of the lawyers if there was an accident report made by an officer at the scene. She said yes and I told her I was going to go with what the officer said happened..period. I was dismissed.

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                  • #10
                    1. Yes

                    2. Yes, was actually chosen last year along with a retired Deputy and ex-Sheriff. Needless to say, the perp took a plea bargain.

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                    • #11
                      Crap, can't get the edit function to work.

                      @JPSO, must be your Parish, here in north LA we aren't exempt

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                      • #12
                        Yes to your first question
                        Jury selection, i'm not sure if we are exempt or not. I do know during selection if it comes up most times the defense will ask to have us removed. My wife has even been released when it came out she was married to a Police Officer which she was happy about leaving because it interfered with her working.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by JPSO Recruit View Post
                          1. Yes.

                          2. Depends on the state, in my state we are exempt.
                          That's news to me. Especially for JP. Certain people use to be exempt such as military, doctors, police/fire, however that has been changed.
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                          • #14
                            In Louisiana you are not exempt. I am sure you will not be accepted by a defense attorney in a criminal matter, but many are accepted for civil trials

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                            • #15
                              Jefferson Parish is not exempt

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