Eric Holder reports for jury duty
When it comes to jury duty, even the attorney general doesn't get a pass.
Attorney General Eric Holder was seen Monday warming a jury seat in Washington, D.C. Superior Court. Holder was not selected as a juror in the DUI case, but he was singled out for fulfilling his civic duty. The Christian Science Monitor reports that Judge Robert Morin noted that Holder's attendance was a teachable moment in a city where large chunks of the population (diplomats, students and felons) don't qualify to serve.
Holder's wife, Sharon Malone, reported for jury duty in September.
(source: The Christian Science Monitor)
| November 9, 2010; 5:37 PM ET
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