In Can you present a clear record if you do Driver Safety Course in Texas?, it was determined that after taking a Driving Safety Course, a record of such action is placed upon one's driving record.
Taking the course in Texas could be for either dismissing a ticket, or for obtaining an insurance discount.
If one has a jury trial for speeding, and intends to claim a spotless driving record (which happens to show the course), provided that the prosecutor would not be allowed to dispute such claim, what is to happen in regards to the jury selection?
Are people who have themselves been charged for speeding, excluded from the jury pool? Or only those that have been convicted? What about those whose cases have been dismissed, including through the Driving Safety Course option?
As per Are jurors allowed to teach law to one another?, is it fair to assume that reasons a Driving Safety Course is taken for is not common knowledge? Does it follow that those prospective jurors that do know should be disqualified? Would it be the responsibility/job of the defendant or the judge to disqualify such jurors, provided the defendant has informed the judge (and prosecutor) of the concern? How would this be done in practice without revealing the concern to all the juries when trying to disqualify a single one at a time, because the whole selection process is generally performed in the open, and in the presence of all the prospective jurors at once, isn't it?
Or would it just be allowed to take the statement about a clean record at face value, e.g., with the confirmation of the prosecutor, without the jurors being capable of examining the driving record from the DMV?