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    the potential jury foreperson

    The potential jury foreman is somewhere in the panel of interviewed jurors. Personal experiences , personality types and clues of what we have heard between the line of questions. I have heard just voices, the most interesting thing since we see no faces. Voices only- no prejudging of what they look like. Having to use instinct of who is behind the voice. Find it less distracting to feel who is sincere. I have tv on as I read websleuths . I have felt this one or that one will take over . I am the type who would take over if i could- bet many of us would be able to. However i hear some timid voices on jury selection. Are the able to be strong enough to not faint during the trial?
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    Here is a document to look at. Will add more deets later.

    Right now, I haven't a clue. Maybe 1398


    jurorword.doc

    Mel

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    Should that not be 'foreperson'? Just wondering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melanie View Post
    Here is a document to look at. Will add more deets later.

    Right now, I haven't a clue. Maybe 1398


    jurorword.doc

    Mel
    would not open
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    Quote Originally Posted by elementary View Post
    Should that not be 'foreperson'? Just wondering.

    i am not sure if the word changes to person - could be-lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by littlemisslegal View Post
    would not open
    it opened fine for me. Lovely excel spreadsheet

    Do we know all their ages?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capri View Post
    it opened fine for me. Lovely excel spreadsheet

    Do we know all their ages?
    i wonder why i can not open it- says no internet - not sure i have excel . what does it say??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Melanie View Post
    Here is a document to look at. Will add more deets later.

    Right now, I haven't a clue. Maybe 1398


    jurorword.doc

    Mel

    Love the spreadsheet!

    Melanie, if you haven't already would you please link it in the unexcused juror thread, too? (Sticky thread) We are going to combine all the info in that thread to generate a new Juror Profile thread and I would love to include it. Even if you plan on editing it, go ahead and link it and post your updates there please so they don't get missed!

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    jury foreperson:

    my first vote is: 1398 female crisis counselor

    my second seat is: 3016 PE teacher (I would have put him first but there was a sidebar pertaining to him today and I am not sure what is up with that)

    as I look at the rest of the 12 I am looking, in my opinion, at a bunch of middle of the road people in terms of leadership. MOO

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    My first vote is that the PE teacher for foreperson.


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    Refresher list for those who can't open Mel's attachment:

    Quote Originally Posted by Niner View Post
    MEET THE JURY

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    1) 1398: crisis counselor
    2) 1019: computer guy with nurse wife
    3) 1055: nursing student with the rat terrier
    4) 1319: older AA lady had a challenge by state that was denied
    5) 1429: long grey haired lady that had a dui
    6) 1025: chef with 2 young kids
    7) 1007: giggly lady defense challenge denied
    8) 3015: kidney transplant lady who works for verizon
    9) 3185: "favorite uncle" semi retired guy never married no kids
    10) 3310: older single verizon guy
    11) 3016: PE teacher with 2 labs
    12) 3140: "fun job" lady with one cat

    --------------------------------------------------------

    ALTERNATES
    1) 3093: surgical tech lady, weaver of yarn with 2 sons in 20s
    2) 3170: government teacher with tenure
    3) 4013: car dealership lady with bounced checks
    4) 4192: young carpenter guy with "parentals"
    5) 3308: ret. coast guard guy was going to take gma to the bball game
    You can hold back from the suffering of the world. You have free permission to do so and it is in accordance with your nature.
    But perhaps this very holding back is the one suffering you could have avoided.
    Franz Kafka

    Be not simply good. Be good for something.
    HDT

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    Hi everyone.. please excuse my ignorance, but how is the foreperson chosen? Thanks.

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    crucibelle, the jurors themselves choose the foreperson. The first task they undertake when they go into deliberations.
    You can hold back from the suffering of the world. You have free permission to do so and it is in accordance with your nature.
    But perhaps this very holding back is the one suffering you could have avoided.
    Franz Kafka

    Be not simply good. Be good for something.
    HDT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melanie View Post
    Here is a document to look at. Will add more deets later.

    Right now, I haven't a clue. Maybe 1398


    jurorword.doc

    Mel
    Very good spread sheet..I printed it off

    Thanks a bunch


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    Quote Originally Posted by ynotdivein View Post
    crucibelle, the jurors themselves choose the foreperson. The first task they undertake when they go into deliberations.
    Thank you, ynotdivein!

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