Just had a brain fart and I don't think I'll actually try this, but see what you think.
I made myself a promise that I was done serving on JCs roughly 2 years ago. And, with the exception of a rubber stamp reinstatement charade, I've kept that promise. I have had several opportunities since to be on a JC and have, so far, discreetly kept myself out of them.
So here's the brilliant idea that I don't have the chutzpah to carry out. The next time a JC is formed, I'll volunteer to be on it and will likely be chosen since the others are getting pretty burned out. That's where Jury Nullification comes in. Unless the accused admits to child molestation, (In which case I'd excuse myself to call the cops before he could leave the building) my stand would be:
He/She is repentant. Private reproof. Period.
No amount of common sense appeals to the contrary would sway me.
What do you think?