Lights, Camera, Objection! The Lawyers Behind ‘Jury Duty’
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No one loves participating in jury duty, but would you like it more if you found yourself empaneled with actor James Marsden? How about if after weeks of hearing a case you found out the entire endeavor was an elaborate hoax, where the case is fake, everyone around you is an actor, and you are the only one who didn’t know. That's the premise of Amazon Freevee's new comedy, “Jury Duty,” and on this week's Pro Say we sit down with three of the show's stars who are also real-life attorneys. Also this week we discuss the $787.5 million settlement that resolves the Fox News-Dominion defamation saga and what legal headaches still remain for the network.
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