Here's something I've been wondering, especially since they just discussed it on the radio today. Why can't they get people who actually WANT to go to Jury Duty, and keep their information in their databanks? There have to be tons of people on debate teams, wanna be laywers in college, studiers of law, who actually want to do this stuff. So, why bother working people, who need to go to their jobs? So far, I've been lucky. But I don't know what I would do if I had to go to Jury Duty. A Day trial I can probably take. But if you have, or have heard of a condition known as Obsession Control Disorder, you know what I go through on a daily basis. I have the same problem Mark Summers has/ With Cleanliness. Without getting too descriptive here, I can't go to the bathroom without taking a shower, because I just think I'm dirty all over. It'll constantly be in my thoughts untill I have the ability to rectify it. Even something as simple as sneezing will cause me to wash my hands. As stated, I could probably last a full day in court, but if I where sequestered, that would open up a whole new bottle of problems. There is medicine for it, but it wears off after a week or so, and I'm worse than I was before, and even the medicine dosn't help all situations... Reason why I'm wondering, is would this get me off Jury Duty for good, especially if it was a long trial? They where discussing the fact that they are trying to rule out all hardships except for medical conditions. This is a medical condition wich could be proven by the doctor I went to get treatment for... Just a few things that's been bugging me .