Jury duty is the last line of defense. You have to serve.
You have to be careful what you say--remember you don't have to convince the other jurors, you just have to have a reasonable doubt that any laws were broken.
Remember that unconstitutional "laws" are null and void. Remember that the judge will hide facts from you, and may not tell you that the grower was selling to medical patients.
The vote of one juror (in most states) is more powerful than the federal government. Your vote will count.
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