Tom Hanks Jury Duty Ends Amid Plea Bargain, Allegations of Tampering, Misconduct

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Tom Hanks was summoned for jury duty this week and actually served, but his presence ended up causing controversy and ending a domestic violence trial.

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    This is typical for the Los Angeles City attorneys office. The most gruesome bunch of losers alive. They have railroaded Coyote Shivers and Kelley Lynch for celebrities. Even z listers like cancer comedian, tig notaro, can get this office to railroad defendants. Just have the right law firm and even z list celebrity, and these goons will work for you. The fact that this guy took it to trial likely means he was innocent.

    @ llan

    Tom Hanks should have reported it. The city attorneys office is as corrupt and shameless as it gets. How pathetic to corner a juror because he's famous. This form of misconduct is minor compared to what this office does on a regular basis. An activist, Melissa Balin, was kept in the system for 15 months on a charge that the city attorney knew to be baseless. Google her case and see what kind of slobs and psychos are hired by the Los Angeles City Attorney's office.

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