Jury rights outreach – Dover (9/1/15)


Today I once again led a jury nullification outreach operation in Dover.

Jury nullification is where a jury decides not to convict based not on the letter of the law, but on the morality of the situation. Activists inform jurors of their rights by handing out pamphlets.

James Davis assisted me in the operation.

Towards the end of the operation, the deputy sheriff came out and politely reminded us to keep some distance from the door for security reasons. He maintained that the court was perfectly fine with what we were doing. This is the third or fourth time we have been talked to at this location because of our position relative to the door. Maybe it contains a power we were unaware of?

126 jurors were reached.