Juror outreach in Manchester for the upcoming trial of Ademo Freeman.Read more »
A former New Hampshire state trooper who claimed he was held against his will by one of his supervisors has been awarded $1.5 million in damages.A jury ruled Friday that James Conrad was falsely imprisoned by superior officers after a physical altercation in the hallway of the Department of Safety in November 2007.Read more »
My lawyers blog post on what happened with our "TAXES=THEFT" sign trial.Read more »
Judges Roger Vinson, Casey Rodgers and Lacey Collier have asked Morgan to stop greeting prospective jurors as they board a trolley for the federal courthouse in downtown Pensacola.
"Your interactions with these prospective jurors raises legitimate concerns about the court's ability to seat fair and impartial juries, especially when considering the majority of those selected will serve on criminal juries,"Read more »
Orlando FIJA activists and ACLU challange Judicial Order Banning the Distribution of Jury information at the Orange County Court House.Read more »
After cose to a year of almost daily FIJA activism at the Orange County Courthouse in Orlando, a Judge has officially ordered such activity 'contemp of court'Read more »
The Suffolk County Superior Court in Boston, MA have summoned a family pet named Sal to "serve" as a juror, and refuse to exempt the cat on grounds of being an animal. I suspect a cat can make as much sense of this country's ludicrous legal system as anyone else.Read more »
Orlando, Florida Activist have a great time handing out Juror's rights information in front of the Federal and County Court Houses. Real Fija Activism, upbeat and entertaining fo those who are interested in Jury Nullification and Liberty.Read more »
Ryobi was sued by a customer who injured his hand while operating a table saw. The plaintiff contended that, had Ryobi included a competitor's patented "Stop Saw" technology, the injury would've been prevented. Ryobi wanted to include that technology, but the competitor refused to license the technology at a price Ryobi could afford to pay while still selling a competing product. Thanks to patent law, Ryobi gets to pay anyway, and a "citizen" has a permanently damaged hand.Read more »
A family is trying to figure out how their pet cat was summonsed for jury duty.
Anna filed for Sal’s disqualification of service. However, the jury commissioner was unmoved and denied the request.
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