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Jury Pay

Posted by Jäger on 2004-04-29 12:18:27


There's an article in today's Wall Street Journal (page D1) entitled "Courts Try to Make Jury Duty More Palatable". A box at the top gives jury pay for some states. (Which I assume means county courts, not the United States District Court that I got conscripted into serving on.) Texas pays US$5 per day, California pays US$15, and Massachusetts pays the most -- US$50.


Aarugh! (2004-04-23 21:47:31.28936)
  • Jury Pay (Jäger at 2004-04-29 12:18:27)
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