Poll Vault: Have you ever served on a jury?
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If you're a U.S. citizen older than 18, you can be called for jury duty in Illinois. The pool is made up of registered voters and anyone with a state-issued ID or driver's license.
We've had some high-profile trials recently in the suburbs.
Two verdicts in major cases were handed down Tuesday in DuPage County: Johnny Borizov of Willow Springs was convicted of orchestrating a triple murder in Darien, and Gordon Vanderark, formerly of Wheaton, was found guilty of soliciting the murder of not only his wife but also of a prosecutor and a judge.
In both trials, the jury deliberated less than a day.
Have you ever been on a jury in a criminal case? How long did you deliberate, and what was the outcome?
How about in a civil trial? Did you find for the plaintiff or the defendant?
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