2:30 - The 50 are finally heading out the door, but wait there's more. They have one more case with 50 more jurors. Shoot. Well, that makes 164 names for the day, and I hardly think I can dodge the last 50. 10 names down, 20 names down, 25 down, maybe I have a chance of avoiding it again! Nope, juror #26 out of 50. The 50 seems strongly to imply that this will be a criminal case of some sort, in fact, we get a special extra questionnaire form to fill out for this trial. Now, I shant make any comments regarding the nature of said questions until after I serve my jury time, however, let's just say the questions were all of a similar nature lending strongly to the subject of the case that we may be a part of. But fortunately, after collecting said forms, we're informed that they will need time to review them, and we were all dismissed until Tuesday. We can only assume that on Tuesday we'll have quite the voir dire to whittle us down to what I presume will be 12 jurors + 2 alternates. If my calculations are correct, only 12 people need to be challenged out ahead of me in line for me to move into the top 14. Unless of course, I can be challenged out of the pool, THAT would be stellar. But I wouldn't count on it. The problem also is that it sure sounds like this trial will last more than a couple of days, which could be a mess. Oh well, until tomorrow morning.