chicago - Ex-President Barack Obama reported on Wednesday in Chicago to meet his citizen's duty to attend a court jury. Under great interest, Obama entered the Cook County jury at the Daley Center. According to American media, he receives the standard fee of over $ 17 a day.
Obama lives in Washington, but also has a home in Chicago, the administrative center of Cook County. With his law study at Harvard Law School and his experience as a teacher of law, he is an excellent candidate for a jury. It is not known what is going on in Cook County.
His predecessor George W. Bush received a call for jury service in Dallas, Texas in 2015. He was eventually not selected to actually take a seat.