There are very many types of legal case when it comes to courts. Not everything legal ends up in a court, of course. Conveyancing is one fine example. However, civil matters due require a member of the judiciary and possibly also a jury of 12 ‘good men and true’. It’s an interesting fact that today there are thousands of citizens who brazenly try to get out of jury service – the y lie and make up rediculous excuses for not attending. In fact many just don’t turn up. It is a legal requirement to attend courts when summonsed for jury service. Deferrals can be considered by the court but only once and only for very legitmate reasons. The power of the law court fails to cause younger folk thse days – they are not at all scared of consequences and just laugh at the warnings about refusing to serve. Jury’s are used a lot for all kinds of actions but mostly very serious crimes such as manslaughter, murder.