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Juror Dedication

As trial attorneys, we believe in the inherent fairness of the court process. We also believe that truth and justice will prevail. Why? Of all the valid reasons – competent and experienced judges, attorneys who respect and practice professionalism – perhaps the most important reason rests with the dedication of the jurors. The North Carolina Administrative Office of the Court recently posted this new video highlighting jury service in North Carolina. We agree that a juror’s contribution is invaluable and we add our thanks to all jurors for their time and dedication to upholding the trial process.

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