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This is the first book ever written about jury service by jurymen and women. Jury service is an experience which is likely to be under gone by the majority of us at sometime or other in our lives.
For this reason every citizen who has served on a jury will find the book of enormous interest: and every citizen still awaiting the call to serve on a jury will welcome the book as a guide book to use when the summons arrives.
Giles Gordon and Dulan Barber have selected their contributors very shrewdly. Although they are a 'mix' of professional and non professional writers all succeed in conveying the feel of jury service with immediacy and making the reader share its moral pressures and all provide the juror-to-be with a great deal of vital information on problems and procedures.
In addition to the twelve jurors the book includes contributions by a court usher, a jury bailiff and a barrister. Among the contributors are Jeremy Brooks, Alan Wykes, Harry Cohen, Jeremy Potter, C. H. Rolph, Oliver Milton, Alfred Eaton, Nemone Lethbridge.