Alysiat2841 karma2015-10-29 03:50:50 UTC
It's always fun sitting in a jury room trying to explain to these fucktards the difference between what they feel and what they know.
I sat voir dire for 4 days. on a highly publicized double murder trial, and ended up getting struck at the last minute. Some of these people they kept were flat out liars, claiming they had no knowledge of the crime beforehand (I knew this guy was lying because his job meant there was no way he didn't know the accused, and it's a pretty small town.) It seems like they also ended up keeping the dumbest ones out there too. They had to try the case 3 times, because the first two ended in a hung jury. I was so angry about it.
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Alysiat2819 karma2015-02-14 07:42:48 UTC
If you became a successful character actor, how would you or how do you think you would be typecast?
Alysiat2817 karma2015-07-06 18:59:26 UTC
Hi Sara! Do you still feel immense pressure to stay thin in Hollywood in order to get the parts you want or has that pressure subsided some since you have made a name for yourself?
Alysiat2816 karma2015-02-14 08:02:12 UTC
Steve Zahn has had a long, successful career so I suppose this wouldn't be too bad. Your picture struck me as the "nice guy who got dumped" type character, ha ha. Good luck to you with your career.
Alysiat286 karma2014-07-28 23:27:01 UTC
What was the process like to be selected for the show. Did you have to go through several preliminary rounds first?
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