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-- -- breaking news here on the couch Maria Molina for the next two weeks is going to be a New York City grand -- -- -- -- And I saw you with a notice an elevator yesterday yet that's right so they sent me this in the mail and it says you know go report this date this time.
To possibly be on a grand jury.
And it's totally different than a trial jury -- -- you determine whether someone is guilty or innocent.
In a grand jury basically just determine whether that person can actually be -- it's -- whether they actually do have enough evidence to charge them with a crime.
So they went what's gonna happen is you're gonna sit -- room for.
Up two calendar weeks.
And then somebody from the DA's office is gonna come in and say okay this is what we've got to coordinate.
This this is the best and then you take -- -- you figure out whether or not there's enough stuff there to proceed.
Yes so they presented charges or the possible charge shoes and also on the evidence of -- we could possibly -- -- some witnesses.
Even some evidence.
And a -- -- -- straight set out the most important question people want to know is does his service Gerri time.
So it in other words when you do a grand jury selection process like this and end up being one of the jurists.
Does that mean that you get your time off -- don't have to be called for a regular jury yes on your cleared for eight years.
So -- -- eight years yes and eight years in New York eat yeah there isn't mechanic in telling the I think it's like three years.
I think it depends on what type of juror you -- -- so this is grand jury you're dealing with felonies.
Your house I don't know maybe that's a case like as well for Trotter but I.
Also think because you're going to be called for two weeks to two calendar weeks whereas if -- call for a petite jury.
That's just one day trial so you're getting so much to the state in New York in the name of justice they're gonna say -- we -- President -- -- -- -- -- twelve dollars a day or the FAA it's forty dollars on this night -- -- Let's go to bed the cost of living in New York is itself I don't think -- -- answer your subway nearly.
We're parking but the weather let's go on sort of we gonna do are you on -- to do and what if I don't know she's going to be here until what time I'm here -- -- 98 now.
And then I'll be heading downtown starting at 10 until 5 o'clock.
And on -- grand juries had a banker hours.
You attend a 410 to 5 PM and ending didn't mention that in there is a hearing.
At around 5 PM it's ongoing -- possibly see you later so it depends in each case.
Last approximately fifteen to twenty minutes and that's how long we'll be listening to the district attorneys presenting evidence and meeting witnesses and all that kind of stuff it's.
So long days ahead for -- maybe Brian can -- -- some red ball.
If he's an ordinary -- yet -- but what will you be allowed to talk about what he's presented to you in the grand jury room or is it just a secret.
It's a secret I do also I'm a little worried because -- Telling us our cases -- will be listening to our special narcotics cases so we're actually talking about.
Very heavy duty stuff like carrying or even -- crack cocaine is a lot of drugs and stuff like that does not -- fighting since.
Yeah and violins.
You know it's it's going to be very tough couple of hours listening to on these kind of cases in its ongoing across.
You know as I -- -- I wanna be like on the OJ Simpson murder trial -- -- -- Didn't see what I can -- -- hesitancy lesson in Connecticut -- and didn't make it past the first phase and I was about.
Eight ninths months pregnant when I would did -- in new York and they looked at me and now they -- I think this process but anyway I'd love to do and -- via Internet and something interesting about the grand jury selection process is a lot of people like well you know maybe when you get -- you can try to get your way out of it with a grand jury can you go in and me.
You have two options you either asked for an application or you -- just to -- So I took the Serb option because you do the application process then you're going to be caught again -- ten to twelve weeks later gotten so.
Just get it over with -- summertime I don't have grad school now this is a time for me to do it and it's never going to be convenient to do jury duty anyway.
That's kind of my yeah -- the stories you're going to be able to tell take notes and then write a movie yes.
Law and order with no real little you know what it really kind of is like that shout it ends at the courtroom and -- Chilean man.
Going to be interest in -- right.
Well tomorrow you start.
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