Earlier in the week, overheard at the jury selection:
"Without collaborative evidence, I do not trust people recounting events. Years ago, I completely misidentified the person who shot me during a hunting accident. It came out later in the trial."
"People completely change their accounts of what had happened. I can say this from experience in a car accident, when I lived in Ireland."
"I live with pain, but I am not sure all medical procedures are necessary or do any long term good. I prefer constantly living with pain rather trust all the medical procedures."
"As a radiologist, I know how unnecessary medical procedures are often performed."
"I would prefer a doctor's second opinion."
"My husband has a job interview tomorrow, he has been without work for a while. I do not think I can pay all the attention needed, if I am selected as a jury."