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Disability equality on juries a sham

It is apparently beyond the wit of either the jury summoning office or the courts to take note of what is needed to serve as a juror if you can’t see, writes Anna Tylor Living with a sight impairment, I know that I’m more likely to be the victim of crime than my fully sighted counterparts, less likely to get legal redress, and this week I discovered that my right to serve as a juror is a sham.
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