New York: The Longest Trial

A stenographer, after a long absence, was now having trouble recalling her boss's correct title. A market and consumer researcher was rummaging the public library files for newspaper accounts she had for months been forbidden to read. A department store saleslady was getting ready for two long-deferred vacation trips—to Florida and Europe. A civil engineer found himself something of a celebrity among his co-workers in New York City's Department of Parks All have only recently returned to a workaday world that they had nearly forgotten while serving as jurors in the trial of U.S. v....

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