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More Than 12 Angry Men: Creating Diverse Juries In Our State

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The Connecticut Supreme Court wants to ensure that jury pools are diverse and representative of our communities. That could mean striking restrictions of who is allowed to serve on a jury. This hour, Chief Justice Richard Robinson joins us to answer our questions and yours about jury duty in our state.

When jury trials resume, jury selection might look a bit different than before.

Have you served on a jury in our state? We want to hear from you.

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