- Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! NewsAug 06 08:38 AM
President George W. Bush didn’t say, but he stayed at the Dallas civil district court for three hours on Wednesday and smiled for photos with fellow potential jurors, CNN reported. "President Bush received his jury summons and reported for service this morning at the George Allen Courts Building in Dallas," Bush spokesman Freddy Ford told CNN in a statement. "He sat through the jury selection ...
- International Business Times via Yahoo UK & Ireland NewsAug 05 08:26 PM
Former American president George W Bush reported for jury duty at a Dallas courthouse on being summoned, but didn't make it to the panel. Bush was the president when he received the first summons in 2005. "President Bush received his jury summons and reported for service this morning at the George Allen Courts Building in Dallas," said Freddy Ford, Mr Bush's communications director.
- Business Insider via Yahoo! FinanceAug 06 10:40 AM
When a former president shows up to jury duty, it becomes pretty hard to justify your latest...
- MashableAug 05 02:31 PM
If you've ever successfully gotten out of reporting for jury duty, congratulations: You've done something that a former U.S. president couldn't. George W. Bush reported for jury duty at George Allen courthouse in Dallas, Texas, on Wednesday, causing quite a stir among the other jurors. See also: 44 Obscure Facts You Didn't Know About U.S. Presidents A fellow juror, Sheri Coleman, told The Dallas...
- The Washington TimesAug 07 02:25 AM
Former President George W. Bush showed up for jury duty in downtown Dallas Wednesday and spent the morning posing for photos with other potential jurors after being rejected during the selection process. "President Bush received his jury summons and reported for service this morning at the George Allen Courts Building ...
- FOX 11 RenoAug 05 05:21 PM
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Just call him Juror Number 43. A group of potential jurors in Dallas Wednesday morning who reported to fulfill their civic duty were joined by a most unexpected fellow citizen: former President George W. Bush. "President Bush received his jury summons and reported for service this morning at the George Allen Courts Building in Dallas," Freddy Ford, a Bush spokesman, told CNN...
- Barrie ExaminerAug 11 10:58 AM
Both the Simcoe County Museum and the Simcoe County Archives took possession of a book which reviews the activities and memories of the Simcoe County Quilters' Guild in a 40-page booklet entitled "Celebrating Thirty Years Simcoe County Quilters' Guild 2014."
- NBC 29 CharlottesvilleAug 27 05:48 PM
Tina M. Toombs entered an Alford plea, admitting there's enough evidence to convict her of abusing her son.Toombs's former fiancé Billy J. Lee killed 10-year-old George Toombs in April 2014.
- NBC NEWSAug 06 12:57 PM
Yup, even presidents get summoned to jury duty. And this one actually showed up.
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