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JudgeWhile my first experience last week as a juror in a civil suit (after serving only on criminal trials before) wasn’t exactly something out of “Law & Order,” the case did provide some interesting insights into how difficult it is to decide who is telling the truth on the witness stand, and how fair our judicial system ultimately is.

This was a textbook case of “he said, she said.”

He Said:

A guy who does woodwork on a contract basis says he’s riding his motorcycle to work on a warm October evening in 2007. He plans to meet up with a fellow biker (whose “real name” he does not know) to ride over to a potential client late on that Saturday evening to provide an estimate on a job.

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