Efforts to Bring More Jurors to the Courthouse

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The decisions of juries have featured prominently in some of this year's biggest news stories — from Arthur Andersen and Laci Peterson to the current trial of Michael Jackson. In the first part of series on juries, Ari Shapiro reports on what the legal community is doing to bring more potential jurors into the courthouse.

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