Not specifically gun related, in the OFF TOPIC area I know, some of have issues with this idea. To try and get at least looking in that direction, If you get accused of some gun crime, don't expect an impartial jury. There. Potential juror thinks defendant is guilty before trial; gets to sit on jury and find him guilty http://apublicdefender.com/2014/04/...rial-gets-to-sit-on-jury-and-find-him-guilty/ " The prosecutor tried again: “Let me ask you this flat-out. Let’s say the victim takes the stand [and] you flat-out don’t believe her. In fact, you think she’s lying. You look at her [and conclude] ‘I don’t believe a word coming out of her mouth.’ Are you going to convict this man anyway?” Juror 112 responded before the first witness in the case had been called, “That depends. I still feel he was at fault.”"