Tag Archives: Jurors’ use of unauthorized information

Hannaford-Agor et al.: Jurors and Jury Use of New Media: A Baseline Exploration

Paula Hannaford-Agor, JD, MPP, Dr. David Rottman, and Dr. Nicole Waters, all of the National Center for State Courts, presented a paper entitled Jurors and Jury Use of New Media: A Baseline Exploration, at ICLS 2012: International Conference on Law … Continue reading

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Haralambousa on Educating Jurors: Technology, the Internet & the Jury System

Nicola Haralambous, LL.M., of University of Hertfordshire School of Law has published Educating Jurors: Technology, the Internet & the Jury System, Information and Communications Technology Law, v. 19, no. 3 (2010), pp. 255-266. Here is the abstract: This paper explores … Continue reading

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Hoffmeister on Jurors in the Digital Age

Professor Thaddeus Hoffmeister of the University of Dayton School of Law has posted a paper entitled Jurors in the Digital Age. Here is the abstract: Improper use of new technology by jurors inside and outside the courtroom has become so … Continue reading

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Rose et al. on Jurors’ Attention to the “Offstage” of Trials

Professor Mary R. Rose of the University of Texas at Austin School of Law and Department of Sociology, and colleagues, have published Goffman on the Jury: Real Jurors’ Attention to the “Offstage” of Trials, forthcoming in Law and Human Behavior. … Continue reading

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