More Than 12 Angry Men: Creating Diverse Juries In Our State
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.
- Chief Justice Richard Robinson - Connecticut Supreme Court (2013-2018)
- Preston Tisdale - partner with firm Koskoff, Koskoff and Bieder
- Judge Gregory E Mize - Judicial Fellow at the National Center for State Courts, Center for Jury Studies