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Every year in the United Kingdom, a quarter of a million people are summoned to do jury service. Some go reluctantly, some willingly, but all should be aware that they are taking part in a legal tradition that dates back to before Magna Carta.
Trevor Grove, formerly an editor of the Sunday Telegraph, was summoned to serve as a juror in a trial at the Old Bailey involving the kidnap of a Greek shipping magnate and a $3,000,000 ransom. But there were many doubts about whether the victim was really so innocent as he seemed.