I will not serve on a jury. At my age, thankfully I no longer have to. But the reason is that I cannot be responsible for incarcerating another human being who may well be innocent. Causing him/her untold pain and suffering. Even if guilty, American prisons do not rehabilitate, they are there to punish. Worse crimes occur in prison than out. A friend of mine went to prison for a petty crime. Had he lived in another county, he would have been given probation but where he lived, where I live, severe punishment is the norm. Long story short, he came out a bitter, broken criminal who never recovered and went on to a life of real crime. He died young and badly.
Were our prisons set up to help and fix and make a positive difference, I would have no problem with being involved. But as they are cess pools of crime set up to make a being's life hell on earth with no purpose except to make others feel as though they have taken their revenge, I would do anything to stay uninvolved. If made to serve, I would probably set a lot of guilty persons free because I doubt if I could be convinced beyond a reasonable doubt of someone's guilt. The Innocence Project has freed many unjustly convicted. It is not a aberration that we regularly convict the innocent. Particularly minorities. We are suspicious of all that do not look as we do or believe as we do.
So, for me, serving on a jury would be an act of immorality.