I got it sorted, being called for jury duty

Well, as you all know I was sent a summons for jury duty last week.

It is my second time being called to serve on a jury.

I don’t want to serve so I am getting a letter from my psychiatrist to be excused.

I mean, when you have a diagnosed mental illness your not eligible to serve anyway.

I decided that I want my name taken off the list, so that I don’t keep getting called.

I found out how to do this and I rang the city council this morning to ask them to take my name off their register.

The guy I spoke to said I was being a little extreme, he said, if I get my name taken off the list, that I will not be eligible to vote any longer.

I don’t care, I rarely vote anyway.

I don’t want the hassle of being summonsed for jury duty over and over. It is a hassle to have to keep getting letters to be excused.

The guy I spoke to in the city council office said I need to write a letter explaining that I want to be removed, sign it, and send it in.

So I will do that this weekend.

I also rang doctor Barry’s office, and her secretary said that they’d send me out a copy of the letter they wrote last year.

So all is good, once I have that letter I can send back the summons and be done with it.

And let that be the end of the matter!

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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