A New Hampshire case involving a juror who posted entries about court duty on his blog has raised the issue of juror blogging, which legal experts said may soon become a regular part of voir dire and jury instructions. Many blogs discuss jury duty, but most bloggers seem to know not to discuss trials in which they are taking part. But there is some confusion in cyberspace, and several experts said the issue brings up an array of questions that need to be answered now, as blogs will only become more common.
A New Headache for Courts: Blogging Jurors
The National Law Journal
March 19, 2007
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