Studies say serving on a jury makes citizens more politically engaged. But too few Americans are showing up to jury duty when summoned, forcing cases to be drastically delayed. A look at the jury system in America today, and why many say it still needs reform.
Guest Host: Lynn Neary
Novelist Colleen McCullough’s latest book takes the reader on a historical journey to the penal colonies of 18th century Australia. The novel is based on a true story of Richard Morgan, a falsely-accused man who made the treacherous journey from his hometown of Bristol, England to Australia in 1788.
- Colleen McCullough novelist
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