Or if you do, be discreet about it. From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
A Milwaukee woman who became verbally abusive to jury management staff and walked out of the Milwaukee County Courthouse without serving her jury duty time has been charged with violating a seldom-used state law.
According to a complaint, Zandra Rodgers, 40, was initially summoned to jury service in November 2006. She postponed the service four times before she showed up May 21.
According to a statement of Milwaukee County sheriff’s Deputy Jeffrey Paape, he was summoned to the jury room to deal with a “disgruntled juror.” According to Paape, Rodgers was loud and profane, prompting him to ask her to step into the hallway to discuss her issues privately. She declined to discuss the matter and left the courthouse, according to the complaint….
Clerk of Courts John Barrett said most people realize the importance of jury duty, referred to in state law as the “most cherished constitutional right.”
Jury duty might then also qualify as the “most eagerly relinquished constitutional right.”
(Don’t get us wrong — we’d love to serve on a jury (and came thisclose to doing so). But most people view jury duty as a hassle and a burden.)
Woman charged with violating jury duty law [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]