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.

The case involves Stephen Goupil, who was convicted in 2005 on five counts of sexual assault and one count of theft. New Hampshire v. Goupil, No. 2005-444. (N.H.).

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