By Anonymous - United States - Haslet
Today, during jury duty, the shitbag who's accused of capital murder in our trial took the stand. The prosecution made him look like a total idiot. He got more and more flustered and eventually screamed at us that he'll have us killed if we find him guilty. I believe him. FML
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  ona16  |  22

I don't know about that. I know there is a jury pool like a reserve but I don't know if this qualifies. It also depends how far in they are.

  jstaines47  |  16

Witness protection (US marshals) or the local sheriffs (until FBI is called in only for extreme cases) will have all of the jurors under protection if they tell the judge they feel threatened. So there is no need to get off of jury duty but as mentioned above this post if found will get them a kicked off.


Anybody can post anything they want..? Just because one person believes something another person totally disagrees with, doesn't mean that person can't express how they feel. And I don't know about you, but what she said didn't seem like she was pushing religion on anybody just making what seemed like a joke.

  Eyalsh  |  32

prayer is stupid because according to your beliefs god made a devine plan. what do you want god to do if you pray for something against his plan, change it?

By  LostInTheZone11  |  28

After that outburst. He's definitely going to somebody's wife in the slammer.

  missambitious  |  21

We don't know who OP is or who the guy on trial is or where in the U.S. this case is being tried. It wasn't the best thing for OP to do since there is a huge grey area, but technically it is legal.

  gracehi  |  31

Ooh! Texas! They're all about capital punishment there. I guess that's why the defendant is so frightened... But I think he also just earned himself a one way ticket to Hell. Good riddance!

  tj4234  |  35

I don't think that OP is in contempt of court, they never said which case it was. You can also report court proceedings that happened on that day, but not state any previous details or which case it is (at least in the UK, not sure if that is the same for the US).