Really, I think it depends upon the case. For example, if it's a murder case where there is loads of visual evidence then no I don't think a blind person should because they wouldn't be able to see the evidence and make a decision on it. However, if the case isn't loaded with visual evidence then really I don't think it would matter much. ----- Original Message ----- From: Jim Lu. To: blind_html@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Monday, November 10, 2008 7:33 PM Subject: blind_html Jury duty and blindness. OK, let's carry this one over from the blind computer users list where we can take it a little further than I will allow over there. Should a blind person serve on a jury or not and what are the reasoning?