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July 25, 2014 8:21 PM

Mecklenburg, other courts crack down on no-show jurors

Juror scofflaws cost the courts money and make it harder for them to pick juries that adequately reflect the racial and economic diversity of the surrounding area. They also slow a system that already strains to handle the overwhelming job of justice.

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