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Jury Duty I
Brother Theophyle has in hand a letter he received in the mail. He says to Rabbit, “This is so exciting! I have just received a letter from the County calling me for Jury Duty. What an opportunity this is for me to impress the court room with all the wisdom and vision and judgment I have gathered along the spiritual path! I get goose bumps just thinking about it”.
Rabbit replies, “Me too. That's a voir dire I'd give an ear to hear”.
Clinging to the side of the cartoon is a house fly, who says, “I've got dibs on being a fly on that wall!”.
Flying overhead is a Canada goose who wonders aloud, “Goose bumps?”
Editor's Note: In law, voir dire (Old French
for “speak truthfully”) is the process by which prospective jurors are
questioned by attorneys for the opposing sides.