Courtroom Cases

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I would never be able to vote for a sentence of death.

You would not be permitted to serve on a real jury.  

Although there is nothing wrong with your reply that you would never vote for the death penalty, the law requires that a jury in a death penalty case be made up of people who are open to giving a death sentence in at least some cases.    

I would be open to consider voting for death

You would have a good chance at serving on a jury.

Your answer indicates that you would likely be a person who would consider all the factors regarding the severity of the crime and the responsibility of the defendant before deciding on whether a death sentence is appropriate. This does not mean that your position is the "correct" one, but only that you could serve as a juror in this special kind of case.    

I would consider a sentence of life without possibility of parole

You might not be permitted to serve on a real jury.    

I would always vote for a death sentence.

You would not be permitted to serve on a real jury.    

Although there is nothing wrong with your reply that you would always vote for the death penalty, the law requires that a jury in a death penalty case be made up of people who are open to giving a sentence other than death in at least some cases.