A 14-minute anesthetic that the state of California administers to anxious citizens to ease the pain of imminent empaneling, Ideals Made Real is filled with photogenic flags, close-ups of the Constitution, and candid disclosures from sedately enthusiastic jury duty survivors.
What does JD stand for?
JD stands for Jury Duty
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See other definitions of JD
We have 33 other meanings of JD in our Acronym Attic
- Judgement Dragon (Yu-Gi-Oh)
- Judging Distance (artillery)
- Judgment Day
- Julian Date
- Julian Day
- Junction Device
- Jungdemokraten (Germany)
- Juris Diction (Canadian law firm)
- Juris Doctor (degree)
- Jurisdictional Determination (various locations)
- Just Dog
- Justice Department
- Juvenile Delinquency
- Juvenile Delinquent
- Juvenile Diabetes
- Janata Dal United (political party; India)
- Joint-Detection-Assisted Burst-by-Burst Adaptive Code Division Multiple Access
- Joint Detection Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA system that employs joint detection)
- Jungdemokratinnen Junge Linke (German: Young Democrats Young Left)
- J.D. Angst (Scrubs fanfiction)
Samples in periodicals archive:
State laws govern your rights and obligations as an employer with respect to your employees' jury duty obligations.
Engel claimed that only people living within a 20-kilometre radius of Edmonton's courts are called to jury duty in the city.
Despite the inconveniences and frustrations, the majority of people summoned to jury duty usually show up at the courthouse - some grousing and grumbling, but nonetheless prepared to do their civic duty.
Joseph DeNucci said yesterday the state should work harder to cut the number of people called unnecessarily for jury duty to ensure residents remain willing to carry out the vital service.
More than five million Americans are called for jury duty each year," said ABOTA Foundation President Joseph P.
when they are summoned for jury duty but are released early.