The Jury for each case is selected through a process of Jury Registration wherein
you must identify the specific case you are interested in following by
case number. There is no limit to the number of jurors in any one case
and you can be a juror in more than one case at a time. Being on the
Jury is your choice. If you choose to join a case, please understand
that your participation and vote is critical to the final verdict and
therefore the outcome of the case, as in any traditional jury.
To qualify as a member of the Jury, you must be a minimum of 18 years of age and complete the registration form in the Jury Registration Section
providing the minimum information of your name, e-mail address and
country of residence. The additional information is helpful in our
polling results but not essential. Your name and contact information
will not be used for any other purpose outside of Court business. As in
any traditional court proceeding, you cannot qualify for the Jury if you
are involved in the same case as a witness which includes participating
in the provision of any and all kinds of evidence to the court for
either Plaintiff or Defendant. Your honesty in this regard is required.
Juror / Media Interaction:
When you have initiated your membership with the Jury, we would also ask that you go to the Case Docket Section,
locate your Case and click on at least three Media Referee e-mail links
supplied for each case, or the "contact us" form where applicable, and
send an e-mail informing them of your entry into a WWWCPJ case by
designated case number. Please start all e-mails and "contact us"
messages to the media with "WWWCPJ" in the subject line for Court and
Jury recognition. Regular Juror / Media Referee communication is
critical for the case to progress with credibility toward a final
verdict. Also, sharing your thoughts with the Media / Referee for news
worthiness as the case progresses will provide for the kind of public
agreement that will get results and keep the case momentum going to a
As Juror, you are instructed to:
- Review and become familiar with all of the material provided in the case by the Plaintiff and the Defendant.
- View the selected Media / Referee's news reports on your Case
and other national and regional news sources regularly for updates on
the results of participating media investigation results.
- Participate in the weekly verdict polls on Friday's in the Jury Poll Section as the case progresses and send your regular comments to the Court at email@example.com, the Media Referees and other media sources of your choice.
- Discuss the Case with your family, friends and associates and
invite their participation. Remember, the more people involved, the
more media / public pressure can be applied to the case to affect change
in the system where required. This is a great way to participate
regularly in keeping world governments in tuned as to the changing
needs of society while eliminating inefficiency and corruption.
- If at any time during the case you determine that you have
evidence to present, you must disqualify yourself as a juror.
This court relies on the honor system and expects everyone to behave
Remember, as Jurors in the World Wide Court of Public
Justice, you are a critical member of the active conscience of the
world's political system, making a difference in the efficiency of
democratic government .... OF THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE AND BY THE
PEOPLE.... one case, one jury, one vote and one verdict at a time!
WE THE PEOPLE!
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