Clutching a summons in one hand and a cup of coffee in the other, Violet tries to ignore the butterflies in her stomach as she enters the courthouse.
As directed by information, she walks along the halls to her assigned courtroom. She waits outside until instructed to enter.
By early afternoon, the jury selection process is finished and so is Violet.
She has learned that a surname with letters late in the alphabet has its disadvantages.
Perhaps there will be a next time.