Obama expected to report for jury duty

(CNN) — Former President Barack Obama is expected to report to jury duty in Chicago.

Sources say Obama will show up at the Cook County courthouse Wednesday morning.

The former president, who maintains a home in Chicago but lives in Washington D.C., was summoned for jury duty last month.

Obama is not the first former president to receive a jury duty notice.

George W. Bush reported for jury duty in 2015, and Bill Clinton in 2003.

Neither were placed on a jury.

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