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      10-10-2012, 04:57 PM   #3

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Cant speak from personal experience, but I'd bet if you acted a bit crazy, inconsistent and unpredictable, that would get you off the list.

The two opposing lawyers know they cannot stack the deck 100% with jurors sympathetic to their own agendas, despite how much they want to. If you cant have someone on your side, the next best thing is someone who is predictable, who will fit into a box that makes it easier to construct an argument for.

Neither side would be happy about a nutjob who erratically swings from 1 position to the opposite for no reason, that would be the hardest kind of person to convince or persuade.