I get called for jury duty every two years. It has almost become a running joke. I don't know anyone who has been called to jury duty more times than me. I was a juror on one trial. A bankruptcy fraud case that lasted two weeks. It was pretty wild to see the courtroom drama break out and the tension occur in deliberations. The accused appeared guilty to me but two jurors refused to budge. One of them would not because they felt a lawyer (who testified should have been prosecuted) and my response was that this lawyer will get his day in court. The other one refused to look at supicious transactions that were entered into evidence but every one of them were not discussed in detail or we would have been there for months. He claimed if it wasn't discussed in court than he wouldn't consider any evidence given. It ended up a hung jury.
"The farther we go, the more the ultimate explanation recedes from us, and all we have left is faith."