Many people today are accustomed to sharing the most minute details of their daily existence in real-time via Facebook, Twitter and other social networking sites. Most of the time, this is acceptable and constitutionally protected behavior. But what happens when jurors post their opinions about a case during trial? Attorney Harry A. Valetk reviews some examples, and offers recommendations on how trial lawyers can head off related juror problems.
Facebooking in Court: Coping With Socially Networked Jurors
Special to Law.com
October 11, 2010