New York Times - 04/07/1990
"...Genial, smooth and inoffensive..."
Only Ernest P. Worrell could show up for jury duty and wind up serving time in the slammer. When a crooked lawyer spots him and realizes that he is a dead ringer for his crime-boss client, the switch is on before you can say "here comes the judge."
While visiting the local prison during jury duty, Ernest unwillingly switches places with a look-alike crime boss, Mr. Nash, who is doing time there. Will Ernest survive prison life and find a way to prevent Nash's planned crime spree'