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Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Student hauled into court in shackles for missing jury duty

The good news: They didn't hang her, which I hear is an option in some Texas counties. Instead, the 19-year-old college student -- who was wearing a tight T-shirt, short shorts and flip-flops, plus the shackles -- has been ordered to appear in court later this week with a lawyer, to explain why the judge shouldn't find her in contempt. She allegedly made the crucial mistake of hanging up on the judge's jury people when they called.

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