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So today i got a letter saying that i have to do jury service.

i got randomly chosen out of 150,000 in victoria, australia.

Has anyone done it before? and is it good in anyway? Whats the good and bad?

im kinda nervous about the whole thing.
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You'll be fine. I'm sure you know the details about what you have to do there and how long you have to attend. I haven't done it, but I can tell you the good and bad. Good - you get a case where you get to make a decision flat-out, all evidence for or against. Or you could be screened if you've heard about it and be sent on your way.
Bad, you get kept for 3 days, if you don't make a decision you just get to go. Or you could get put on one where the details are horrible.
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Thanks for the advice. I'm going to put it, along with your other advice, into a book, the pages of which I will then use to wipe my ass.
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So today i got a letter saying that i have to do jury service.

i got randomly chosen out of 150,000 in victoria, australia.

Has anyone done it before? and is it good in anyway? Whats the good and bad?

im kinda nervous about the whole thing.
It's pretty doubtfull you'll see any court action. Firstly they only select half of the people chosen to become part of the jury. Then, you need to see if the case that your assigned to be a jury for is still on, as it might have been settled out of court or postponed or something.

My dad was called for jury duty, he was one of the half chosen, but his case was settled outside of court.