Interview with a Cirignano juror
I recently spoke with a juror in the Larry Cirignano case. The juror chose to be anonymous.
I edited the juror’s answers only lightly, but I removed some of my more aimless questions, and some of our conversational exchanges that aren’t really relevant.
If other jurors would like to come forward with their stories, please e-mail us at email@example.com.
Some would say that the details of deliberations can’t be revealed without hurting the whole process. But I learned a lot from this conversation, and I hope it will make me a better juror if I’m ever called to serve.
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