For the next several weeks the Law Music Video feature on Saturdays will present songs that I have previously posted. I am bringing them back for a second look with renewed encouragement for their use directly in your course curriculum (as opposed to being used simply for a musical interlude).
Today's song is one of my true favorite law songs, Jury Duty Girlfriend by D.C. Anderson.
In his light and engaging style, Anderson causes us to ask some important questions:
What is the nature of jury service?
Is it a pleasent or unpleasant experience? Why?
Should we expect that jurors are always focused closely on the evidence?
What is it about human nature and human behavior that reflect positvely/negatively on the jury function?