What makes a person fit to judge? No matter how much evidence they assess and review, what really gives anyone the right to decide the fate of another?
These were her first thoughts when she received the letter for jury duty. She had to go or faced a heavy fine and someone else would judge her instead.
But really, what gave her the responsibility of criticising another?
In court, the defendant presented his case with a series of old black-and-white photos. Memories of another lifetime no-one else could imagine.
Yet, his outcome was now in the hands of complete strangers.
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