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Tuesday, April 9, 7–8 p.m.
UIndy Hall C
L/P credit is available
Judge Osborn has served on the Marion County Superior Court for over 10 years. During this time, he has sat for many years on the Judicial Conference of Indiana Jury Committee and currently serves as the Judicial Supervisor of the Court’s Jury Services Department. Prior to joining the bench, Judge Osborn served as a prosecutor and public defender in Marion County as well as worked in the Indiana Office of Attorney General. These experiences have lent him extensive knowledge about the jury trial process.
“Jury trials are the cornerstone of the judicial system in the United States and a hallmark of self-government. A jury of one’s peers is, literally, the people governing the people. Consequently, the jury trial process plays a fundamental role in the delivery of justice and maintaining a government of the people, by the people, and for the people.”
For more information, contact Dr. David Root at firstname.lastname@example.org.