The judge in Young Thug’s YSL RICO case assigned a 30-page essay to a juror who skipped court to take a trip to the Dominican Republic. “She says she contacted jury services and sent them an email of her travel itinerary before leaving on her business trip. ‘Every move I made was to not be negligent of the jury summons,’ Juror 64 told the judge.” The story continued, “Judge Glanville said he won’t hold her in contempt. Instead, he’s making her write a 30-page essay on the importance of jury service. It’s due in three weeks, and the judge is running it through a plagiarism checker.” ‘Years ago, people who looked like us couldn’t serve on juries,’ Glanville told the woman. ‘It was prohibited.’ Glanville wants it APA style with 10 primary sources and 10 secondary sources. She’ll come back on Feb. 13 to discuss her essay.”
WATCH: #YoungThug judge finds potential juror in contempt for not returning when she was supposed to and going out of the country for work. Instead of the 20 day sentence, he orders her to write a 30-page essay on the importance of jury service.
"This is THAT important." pic.twitter.com/oQoBN3HvKv
— Cathy Russon (@cathyrusson) January 12, 2023