MILWAUKEE (WTAQ) - Governor Scott Walker reported for jury duty Monday morning -- but he was not among those picked to decide a homicide case.
Walker, who lives in Wauwatosa, was summoned by the luck of the draw, just like any other Milwaukee County adult.
He was among a pool of 29 potential jurors in the trial of Phillip Green, who accused of shooting a man to death last May. It happened during an argument which followed a night of drinking.
Walker told the Journal Sentinel it was the third time he had been summoned for jury duty since holding public office in the 1990's. He's never been named to a jury.
Officials said it was still possible for Walker to be summoned for another case Monday afternoon.
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)