Florida man jailed 10 days after he overslept for jury duty

Deandre Somerville was sent to jail, but later apologized and the judge agreed to remove the conviction from his record.
0:23 | 10/04/19

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A second chance for a Florida man jailed after sleeping through jury duty. 21 year old beyond race Somerville spent ten days in jail after he was selected for a jury in August but missed court when he overslept. He was also facing a year probation and community service but today Somerville apologized in the judge agreed to erase the contempt of court conviction. If he speaks to prospective jurors about the importance of jury duty.

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