Obscenities-laden jury summons gets man in trouble
Yuma: An Arizona man who bluntly expressed his displeasure about being called to jury duty has landed himself in legal hot water. Timothy Michael Jones was ordered to appear Tuesday in court to explain why he sent back a jury questionnaire with obscenities written in black marker.
He failed to show and Yuma County Superior Court Judge Andrew Gould issued a bench warrant. Jones now faces a charge of indirect criminal contempt, which carries possible penalties of six months in jail and a fine of up to USD 300.
Court records show Jones was sent a jury summons last month telling him he had been randomly selected as a prospective juror along with the questionnaire.