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Date: Thu, 03 Jul 1997 06:21:54 -0700
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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]

This is the kind of research we need to do.
I am told that Arizona struck down the use
of licensed driver lists, but I have not
had the time to confirm this.  

The more serious problem is the existence
of statutes which expressly restrict 
jury candidates to those who are qualified
to vote.  Then, when you look up the voter
qualifications, there you find the requirement
that voters be federal citizens.  This is
the case in Arizona state.

It is unconstitutional.

/s/ Paul Mitchell

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>No longer true.  Jurors in California and many other states are now
>taken from lists of those with drivers licenses.
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