Responding to Questions
From time to time, jurors may be questioned or asked to comment on a particular case by members of the news media, attorneys, litigants or other interested parties. If this occurs during the course of the trial or deliberation, you should refuse to discuss the case, as instructed, and inform the judge of the incident as soon as possible. After you have been finally excused as a juror, you may, if you wish, discuss matters heard during your term of service. However, you are not required to do so.