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Jury Duty as Constitution Duty
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Publish-date-icon May 15, 2014
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Today we will be talking with Andrew Ferguson, Associate Professor of Law at UDC-David A. Clarke School of Law about the importance of jury duty. The jury once existed at the core of American constitutional identity. We discuss why this has changed and how we can reclaim the civic and constitutional identity of jury duty today.

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