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Contests &Freedom Friday &Jury Rights Day &Lunch Break for Liberty | 24 Jun 2010

“Justice Through Jurors” Video Contest

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The Fully Informed Jury Association invites you to participate in its first jury rights video contest in conjunction with Jury Rights Day 2010. The theme of the contest is “Justice Through Jurors”. Juries are a rational mechanism for justice. Jurors are independent judges of the facts and the law because they have no legal career […]

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Freedom Friday &Lunch Break for Liberty | 11 Jun 2010

Freedom Friday: Lunch Break for Liberty Online

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This week’s Freedom Friday video illustrates the people’s intended role from the founding of the United States to be the masters of government and the juror’s role in “The People’s Branch” of government: We invite you to take a moment during your lunch break today to distribute the video to your friends and family via […]

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Freedom Friday &Lunch Break for Liberty | 28 May 2010

Freedom Friday: Lunch Break for Liberty Online

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Welcome to our second edition of Freedom Friday: Lunch Break for Liberty Online! This week George Washington University Law Professor Paul Butler shares a little idea to counter mass incarceration and unfair criminal-justice policies: jury nullification: We invite you to take a moment during your lunch break today to distribute the video to your friends […]

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Freedom Friday &Lunch Break for Liberty | 21 May 2010

Freedom Friday: Lunch Break for Liberty Online

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With our Lunch Break for Liberty campaign in full swing, we have decided to expand it with a regular Friday feature for those of you who aren’t able to get outside and share literature during the week. We’re calling it Freedom Friday, and you can participate right from your computer or phone! Each Friday, simply […]

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Lunch Break for Liberty &Volunteer | 18 Nov 2009

Join FIJA’s “Lunch Break for Liberty” Campaign

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Take one lunch break a week for liberty. Get your exercise by taking a walk around the neighborhood on your lunch break, and help protect your rights at the same time. Is your workplace near a state or federal courthouse? That’s even better! Just take a handful of pamphlets with you and share them with […]

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