Clearly, that does not make 10-year-old Kyle Roberts immune from being considered for jurry duty. At least, not according to the Ontario Government, who sent the automated notice to him, complete with mandatory form to determine qualification/eligibility to actually serve as a jurrer. Fortunately, two things worked in Kyle’s favour in this case–the kid has absolutely no interest whatsoever in the whole jurry duty thing, for obvious reasons, and the second question on that form asks if he’s over the age of 18. Strike two, you’re out. Now here’s hoping the kid doesn’t turn 18 before the government gets around to taking his name off that list. Let’s hear it for burocratic oopsies.
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