Yesterday, 01:32 AM
I got this information from an organization called the Fully Informed Jury Association. One of their purposes is to "educate people about their rights and full authority as jurors."
They have a DOs & DON'Ts article for jury nullifiers. It starts off by outlining reasons that a jury nullifier might be rejected for jury duty:
1. Talking too much about knowing your power as a juror.
2. Expressing qualms about the law at hand.
3. Revealing that you're educated and have an interest in serving.
Here are some excerpts from that article: