384 Responses to Legal Problems Arising from Social Media: Selected Resources

  1. The March 2010 issue of the Texas Bar Journal is dedicated to social media issues in the law. http://www.texasbar.com/Template.cfm?Section=Texas_Bar_Journal1&Template=/ContentManagement/ContentDisplay.cfm&ContentID=26447

    Several good articles to add to the list. I have one there about ethical issues for lawyers in Texas.

  2. legalinformatics says:

    Legal and ethical issues arising from social media were discussed at Social Networks: Friends or Foes?, a conference sponsored by Boalt Hall on 23 October 2009: http://j.mp/crDWgf

  3. legalinformatics says:

    Joel Cohen and Katherine A. Helm have just published an article on the case involving Circuit Judge Denny Chin: When Judges Google, http://j.mp/baDxOP

  4. legalinformatics says:

    ABA Journal has an update on Judge Strickland Saffold: Judge Linked to ‘Lawmiss’ Web Comments Removed from Case, http://j.mp/dmTGjG

  5. legalinformatics says:

    “A Jefferson Circuit Court juror will face a contempt of court hearing May 10 over allegations she watched [on YouTube] part of a television show about a murder case during the trial last week,” according to the Louisville Journal-Courier (April 20, 2010), http://j.mp/bGIBPQ . HT @christinemartin : http://j.mp/9x7jT9 .

  6. legalinformatics says:

    Attorney Bruce A. Campbell comments on the ethical aspects’ of Texas state judges’ use of social media: Texas Judges Still Have Online Lawyer “Friends” — But For How Long? (January 8, 2010): http://j.mp/95PUZo

  7. A Tulsa County Oklahoma judge recently ordered the court’s online docket taken offline to prevent jurors from accessing it, per this May 3, 2010 story in the Tulsa World: http://j.mp/bVruWA . HT ABA Journal

  8. legalinformatics says:

    These issues were discussed at the April 9, 2010 @berkmancenter conference entitled Journalism’s Digital Transition: Unique Legal Challenges and Opportunities, in this video http://j.mp/bCsfS1 starting at about 56:00 in. Note especially the comments of Lucy Dalglish of Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press.

  9. legalinformatics says:

    Mark Rosch & Carol Levitt have an update on social media legal ethical issues, Social Networking Sites are Valuable Tools for Lawyers: But Beware the Potential Ethical Pitfalls (May 10, 2010) http://j.mp/cKBrBJ

  10. legalinformatics says:

    Tresa Baldas describes a number of recent incidents in Lawyers’ Ethical Stumbles Increase Online, National Law Journal (May 11, 2010), http://j.mp/c35ici . HT Ellyn Rosen.

  11. legalinformatics says:

    The Ohio Board of Commissioners on Grievances and Discipline recently recommended that an Ohio lawyer “be sanctioned with an indefinite suspension” after the board concluded that the lawyer, among other things, sought to “obtain subpoenas to investigate people posting negative remarks about him on the Internet,” according to Samantha Scoles writing in the Mt. Vernon News (May 13, 2010), http://j.mp/9Lto94 . HT ABA Journal, http://j.mp/djUnNh

  12. legalinformatics says:

    Professor Susan Brenner, http://j.mp/ckX0VW , discusses a recent incident of jurors’ performing Internet research, in State v. Aguilar,
    Nos. 1 CA-CR 09-0293, 1 CA-CR 09-0385 (consolidated), (Arizona Court of Appeals Apr. 29, 2010), http://j.mp/drJRV3 .

  13. legalinformatics says:

    The National Center for State Courts’ page entitled Social Media and the Courts: A Resource Guide http://j.mp/9sPH0a has links to many articles and posts about this issue. HT @aallnet & AACPLL Blog.

  14. legalinformatics says:

    Professor Michael Bromby presented a paper about jurors’ use of Twitter, The Temptation to Tweet – Jurors’ Activities Outside the Trial, http://j.mp/akN91y , at Jury Research Symposium 2010, Institute for Advanced Studies, Glasgow . HT @InternetLaw

  15. legalinformatics says:

    Hilary Hylton describes a number of recent legal problems arising from social media use by law-related individuals, in Tweeting in the Jury Box: A Danger to Fair Trials?, Time Magazine (Dec. 29, 2009), http://j.mp/bRMm9b .

  16. legalinformatics says:

    Dr. Douglas L. Keene & Dr. Rita R. Handrich addressed jurors’ use of social media in their report, The Dark Side of the Internet: In the Jury Room (Oct. 8, 2009), http://j.mp/bDgmsJ

  17. legalinformatics says:

    W.Va. case puts focus on jurors’ social networking (July 10, 2010) http://bit.ly/d2XVvB by AP @ 1st Amendment Center

  18. legalinformatics says:

    “Social media, Facebook & jurors, oh my!” (July 13, 2010): Nicole Black, Esq., discusses People v. Rios, 26 Misc.3d 1225(A), 2010 WL 625221 (N.Y. Sup. Ct. 2010) http://tinyurl.com/39dy8q6

  19. legalinformatics says:

    Mississippi Supreme Court trying to keep jurors away from social media sites during trial – WLBT-TV http://www.wlbt.com/Global/story.asp?S=12835590 (July 19, 2010) (via @kevinokeefe)

  20. legalinformatics says:

    Tech Savvy Judges & the Challenge of Jurors Conducting Online Research, by @bowtielaw http://bit.ly/czUZDD , commenting on United States v. Dyal, 2010 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 72489, at *38 (D.S.C. July 19, 2010)

  21. legalinformatics says:

    More Juror Misconduct http://bit.ly/9wMe0u Prof. Susan Brenner comments, on 28 July 2010, on State v. Dellinger, 2010 WL 2243511 (W.Va. Sup Ct 2010)

  22. legalinformatics says:

    Googling Potential Jurors: The Legal and Ethical Issues Arising from the Use of the Internet in Voir Dire, by Prof. Anita Ramasastry (May 30, 2010) http://j.mp/ay4Ndo

  23. legalinformatics says:

    Comment on legal issues arising fr social media by Gary Munneke, in NYSBA T-News (July 2010) http://bit.ly/ciydDW mentions @nikiblack & @carolynelefant ‘s book

  24. legalinformatics says:

    RT @MollyDiBi …The link to the post re: Blog comments as evidence in trial: http://ow.ly/2laTe

  25. legalinformatics says:

    RT @kevinokeefe: Atlanta Journal Constitution – Can blogs be used as hammer by plaintiff’s trial lawyers? http://is.gd/e88f6 [“SunTrust dispute aired on Twitter” (August 4, 2010)]

  26. legalinformatics says:

    RT @TheJuryExpert: By Thaddeus Hoffmeister: Jurors in the Digital Age: New Law Review Article. Download here: http://bit.ly/dkwu3x

  27. legalinformatics says:

    RT @JuryVox: Mistrial requested because a juror looked up the man’s criminal record online during deliberations. http://bit.ly/aBn9iY Juror’s Internet use could imperil verdict, Elyria, OH Journal-Telegram (August 14, 2010) Lorain County Common Pleas Court, OH

  28. Dr. Douglas L. Keene & Dr. Rita R. Handrich presented a paper to the Eight Circuit Judicial Conference entitled Online and Wired for Justice: 2010 (August 2010), http://j.mp/9kU8SZ

  29. legalinformatics says:

    RT @aabibliographer: Are Judges Using Facebook? http://www.law.com/jsp/nlj/PubArticleNLJ.jsp?id=1202471398982 [by Tony Mauro, National Law Journal (August 31, 2010)]

  30. legalinformatics says:

    RT @IntegreonEDD: Judge punishes Michigan juror for Facebook post http://yhoo.it/ak1s2N | Associated Press (2 September 2010) #socialmedia

  31. legalinformatics says:

    RT @InternetLaw Internet Cases: “iPhone using juror causes manslaughter conviction to be overturned” http://bit.ly/8Yblw4 [Tapanes v. State, — So.3d —, 2010 WL 3488709 (Fla.App. 4 Dist. September 8, 2010) http://j.mp/9y7Qhz

  32. legalinformatics says:

    RT @kevinokeefe: Why Facebook, Twitter and Jurors Don’t Mix – DailyFinance  http://tinyurl.com/2fgk4nu [September 12, 2010].

  33. legalinformatics says:

    RT @ABAJournal: Lawyer Gives Examples of Husbands’ Divorce Cases Undone by Facebook http://ow.ly/193ckr

  34. legalinformatics says:

    RT @glambert: If You Have A Case Pending In New York Court… Shutdown Your Facebook Page Now!! – http://bit.ly/9EtNXv – (3 Geeks)

  35. legalinformatics says:

    RT @David_Deusner Judge Allows Discovery of Deleted Facebook Information http://tiny.cc/v1ey9 [Romano v. Steelcase, Inc., NY Sup. Ct., Suffolk Cty, Sept. 23, 2010, via Oscar Michelen]

  36. RT @nikiblack: When Lawyers Can Peek at Facebook – NYTimes.com http://nyti.ms/9GTcfK

  37. legalinformatics says:

    Facebooking in Court: Coping With Socially Networked Jurors, by Henry Valetk, Law.com (October 11, 2010), http://j.mp/akiWbx

  38. RT @christinemartin: Misdeed results in mistrial – juror searches defendant’s criminal history http://t.co/NHzjoeK

  39. legalinformatics says:

    RT @slaw_dot_ca Will Facebook Be the Downfall of the Jury System?: A growing number of recent decisions in courts across the globe… http://bit.ly/d2wNLy

  40. legalinformatics says:

    RT @m_bro RT @lawsocgazette: Internet ‘threat’ to jury system http://tinyurl.com/32m9tq8

  41.  RT @richards1000: State bar opinions address gathering info from Facebook http://bit.ly/gWQ5K8 by Peter Geraghty of ABA ETHICSearch

  42. legalinformatics says:

    RT @ABAJournal Judges Can Have Facebook Friends, With Constant Vigil,’ Says Ohio Supreme Court Board http://ow.ly/1amNcs

  43. legalinformatics says:

    RT @ABAJournal: At Least 90 Verdicts Challenged Because of Jurors’ Alleged Internet Misconduct http://ow.ly/1anhqy [new report by Reuters Legal]

  44. legalinformatics says:

    RT @InternetLaw: “The Anatomy of a Trial With Social Media – The Jury” http://bit.ly/hOXNP8

  45. legalinformatics says:

    RT @LegalBlogWatch: Proposed Amendments to Texas Civ Pro Rules Make Facebooking About Jury Duty a No-No http://bit.ly/fTUltH

  46. legalinformatics says:

    RT @netlawmedia: Tweeting in court: why reporters must be given guidelines – http://bit.ly/f7PARD

  47. legalinformatics says:

    RT @nikiblack: lawyers “social media” – Google News: HIGH-TECH HEARSAY? – Wisconsin Law Journal (blog) http://tinyurl.com/2brsxjg

  48. legalinformatics says:

    Haralambous, Educating jurors: technology, the Internet & the jury system http://bit.ly/h7ILIG

  49. legalinformatics says:

    RT @LLRX New on LLRX: Juror Behavior in the Information Age: Ken Strutin focuses on the impact of social media on jurors … http://bit.ly/igc1jB

  50. legalinformatics says:

    Browning, Lawyer’s Guide to Social Networking: Understanding Social Media’s Impact on the Law http://bit.ly/fluf3g

  51. legalinformatics says:

    RT @KKComCon Should lawyers monitor jurors online? http://bit.ly/i4R9zP

  52. legalinformatics says:

    RT @kevinokeefe Twitter, Facebook and other online tools raise questions about future of courtroom juries – Vancouver Sun http://j.mp/h1n9Ij

  53. legalinformatics says:

    RT @lilianedwards: Juror posts posts her badly spelt support for Tommy Sheridan on FB – will retrial follow? http://bit.ly/geAgFI

  54. legalinformatics says:

    Mistrial by Internet a growing concern http://bit.ly/gvJRwk

  55. legalinformatics says:

    RT @JuryTalk Librarian could face criminal charges for conducting online research while a juror in a capital trial: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/41156974

  56. legalinformatics says:

    New article on ethical risks of social media use by lawyers, by Steven Seidenberg http://bit.ly/gY1jzp @ABAJournal

  57. legalinformatics says:

    Watch Your Social Media Posts Because Lawyer Regulators, FTC May Be http://bit.ly/gVr5ql @ABAJournal

  58. legalinformatics says:

    RT @ABAJournal: For Lawyers, the Appeal of Social Media Is Obvious. It’s Also Dangerous http://ow.ly/1bbGk6

  59. legalinformatics says:

    Juror ordered to turn over Facebook postings in Sacramento gang beating case http://bit.ly/fBHvj0 Sacramento Bee (Feb. 5, 2011)

  60. legalinformatics says:

    RT @kevinokeefe Mississippi courts struggling with the use of Twitter in the courtroom. http://j.mp/eGOwc0

  61. legalinformatics says:

    Emerging Legal Issues in Social Media: Part I, by Ken Strutin http://bit.ly/hU1lU1 @LLRX

  62. legalinformatics says:

    Facebook in the Legal System http://bit.ly/hSu28w by Nils Jensen

  63. legalinformatics says:

    The hazards of citing to Wikipedia: GM v. Sweeney (TTAB 2010) http://randazza.wordpress.com/2011/01/05/the-hazards-of-citing-to-wikipedia/ by J. Devoy | Legal Satyricon. HT @glambert

  64. legalinformatics says:

    RT @LawandLit: Juror’s Facebook Postings During Gang Trial Lead to Legal Morass & Suit Against Judge | @PogoWasRight http://ow.ly/3XbNw

  65. legalinformatics says:

    RT @christinemartin: Facebook won’t be asked to hand over juror’s postings, for now – San Jose Mercury News http://t.co/CKQmyyM

  66. legalinformatics says:

    RT @wiselaw N.S. Court: Lawyer Ordered To Download and Produce His Own Client’s Facebook Data In Injury Lawsuit (via@erikmagraken) http://goo.gl/Fvqab

  67. legalinformatics says:

    N.Y. Courts Grapple With Discovery of Social Media Posts, by Shari Claire Lewis http://bit.ly/gPOWNc NYLJ

  68. RT @goclio From WSJ LB: Lawyers checking out potential jurors on Facebook, Twitter, etc. http://fb.me/IzpBse2B

  69. legalinformatics says:

    RT @christinemartin: Make Sure Your Lawyer Knows How To Use Facebook http://t.co/dWGWptS via @forbes

  70. legalinformatics says:

    How Social Media Is Pushing the Limits of Legal Ethics http://tinyurl.com/45hsrkv by Derrick Harris | @om Cites ABA Conf http://bit.ly/i1PErt

  71. legalinformatics says:

    Using the Internet as a Tool for Cross-Examination, by Ben Rubinowitz & Evan Torgan http://www.law.com/jsp/lawtechnologynews/PubArticleLTN.jsp?id=1202483524212 NYLJ

  72. RT @donnaseyle: Social Media Posts by a Third Party: Florida Bar Rules | The National Law Review http://ht.ly/44Oza

  73. legalinformatics says:

    Pre-Trial Social Media Issues, by @Westlaw http://bit.ly/eXgdMI

  74. legalinformatics says:

    In Social Media Postings, a Trove for Investigators http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/03/nyregion/03facebook.html by Joseph Goldstein | @nytimes

  75. legalinformatics says:

    RT @kevinokeefe Should a lawyer be blogging or tweeting about their own cases? http://tinyurl.com/4sq3jx4

  76. legalinformatics says:

    Social Media Misbehavior by Jurors Afflicts Trial Process http://bit.ly/hxBnfF Ken Strutin | NYLJ

  77. legalinformatics says:

    RT @lorrainefleck: RT @globetechnology Time to debate how social media affect courts -Ontario’s AG: http://tgam.ca/BlNm

  78. legalinformatics says:

    by Ken Strutin RT @BurgerLibrary: Emerging legal issues in social media, part II, from LLRX. http://t.co/b5ye3pX

  79. legalinformatics says:

    by @MollyDiBi RT @fpileggi: Social-Media & Legal Ethics : http://t.co/0JnTwjn

  80. legalinformatics says:

    RT @ABAJournal Top SD Court Raps Ex-Prosecutor, Says He Shouldn’t Have Put Grand Jury Transcripts on Web http://ow.ly/1ciIed

  81. legalinformatics says:

    RT @Integreon Is a Judge Checking Out Your Facebook Profile? http://bit.ly/muuZP7 | pacelegal.com.au #ediscovery #legaltech

  82. legalinformatics says:

    RT @mathewi new post from me at GigaOM: “British Courts Try to Stop the Tide of Social Media” http://is.gd/qhTdi0 tip @mediagazer

  83. RT @WendiMooreAgncy: Social media affects Fla. murder trial jury picks bit.ly/mmYkwZ

  84. legalinformatics says:

    A trial 140 characters at a time, http://www.alaskadispatch.com/article/trial-140-characters-time HT @bloglawonline

  85. legalinformatics says:

    RT @cottinstef D’actualité : Janoski-Haehlen, E, The Courts are all a‘Twitter’: The Implications of Social Media Use in the Courts http://ssrn.com/abstract=1853583

  86. legalinformatics says:

    RT @wiselaw Juror prosecuted over Facebook messages – Herald Sun – http://goo.gl/NXj4Z #law

  87. legalinformatics says:

    RT @TimesLaw In full: coverage of juries and their use of social media during trials http://thetim.es/kOii2p

  88. legalinformatics says:

    RT @TheJuryExpert Let’s Talk: Addressing the Challenges of Internet-Era Jurors (by two trial consultants) http://bit.ly/eMrjFW

  89. legalinformatics says:

    RT @Kysen The new world where judges and social media intersect http://t.co/liaSeWw (@TheIndyNews).

  90. legalinformatics says:

    We can’t allow the Internet to degrade trial by jury. http://bit.ly/jNZpuv by David Davis, The Guardian, June 19, 2011. HT @JuryVox

  91. legalinformatics says:

    Judge Linda F. Giles: Does Justice Go Off Track When Jurors Go Online? http://bit.ly/mdvOT8 Boston Bar Journal

  92. legalinformatics says:

    RT @ABAJournal: Facebook Friend Request to Exec of Represented Corp. May Violate Ex Parte Rule, Opinion Says http://ow.ly/1dpZAo

  93. RT @MollyDiBi N.Y. Juror Fined for Texting From Deliberations http://wp.me/pxzEl-8n

  94. legalinformatics says:

    Reuters (12 July 2011): A new U.S. law-enforcement tool: Facebook searches http://reut.rs/pAhPVI

  95. legalinformatics says:

    Aug. 5, 2011: RT @ShahradMilanfar New California Law Bans Jurors’ Texting, Tweeting http://ow.ly/5WAIo

  96. California law bans jurors’ courtroom tweets http://bit.ly/pSsrM5 @techpresident HT @danielschuman  

  97. legalinformatics says:

    New from @jimcalloway : Friend is Now a Verb: Judicial Ethics and the New Social Media http://bit.ly/p7mdhx HT @donnaseyle

  98. RT @tweetlawtweets Busy-body legislating: California’s new law on tweeting jurors is most silly: Blog Law Blog http://bloglawblog.com/blog/?p=3212 #law #twitter @district39

  99. legalinformatics says:

    Tarrant County [TX] juror sentenced to community service for trying to ‘friend’ defendant on Facebook http://bit.ly/p3vVtX HT @stephkimbro

  100. legalinformatics says:

    New from Volokh: May Judges Be Facebook “Friends” with Lawyers or Others Who Regularly Appear Before Them? http://bit.ly/qXBYkN

  101. legalinformatics says:

    RT @jfehrman Courts Skeptical Of Facebook Evidence – Authenticity of postings at issue in CT & elsewhere http://bit.ly/qPiEzM #socialmedia #legal

  102. legalinformatics says:

    RT @MollyDiBi 3d Cir. “Likes” Jury Instructions on Social Media http://bit.ly/qxjt3P

  103. legalinformatics says:

    RT @LawyersWeekly Internet undermines jury system http://tiny.cc/hik08 [Peter Lowe]

  104. legalinformatics says:

    RT @AlliGerkman MN judge started a blog to educate fellow judges on the way jurors are using social media http://t.co/HUgnRCvz

  105. legalinformatics says:

    RT @verdictjustia Columnist Anita Ramasastry assesses the merits of jurors having to take a “no Internet” pledge http://j.st/cXu

  106. legalinformatics says:

    Leslie Ellis: Friend or Foe? Social Media, the Jury and You (Sept. 2011) http://bit.ly/mViLnH

  107. legalinformatics says:

    Interesting discussion of unauthorized social media use by UK jurors, btw David Allen Green and Francis FitzGibbon, on the Without Prejudice podcast, starting at 37:19 (September 30, 2011) http://bit.ly/ocKt0j

  108. legalinformatics says:

    Social media tools can pose ethical problems for lawmakers http://goo.gl/P7yZd by Judy Nadler | NCSL State Legislatures @NCSLCOMM

  109. legalinformatics says:

    RT @courtsandmedia MN Judge Authors New Blog on Juror Misconduct – Juries http://t.co/dJNWGRSF

  110. legalinformatics says:

    RT @courtsandmedia New Jersey: Juror Spared Sanctions for Web Research in Sex-Crime Trial http://fb.me/AFHW44hc

  111. legalinformatics says:

    “A disciplinary committee of the Virginia State Bar on Tuesday found a Richmond lawyer violated a rule requiring an advertising disclaimer on his blog about his own legal cases.” Richmond Times-Dispatch, Oct, 18, 2011 http://bit.ly/oIGG26

  112. legalinformatics says:

    RT @KeeneTrial Yesterday’s blog post: The Viktor Bout ‘juror pledge’ [“I will not do research on the internet”] http://bit.ly/pteF9w

  113. legalinformatics says:

    “Judge issues unusual warning to would-be jurors in Flagler County” — http://bit.ly/rWRYlu Daytona Beach News Journal, Oct. 22, 2011. HT @lawgeeknz

  114. legalinformatics says:

    Kingston, Ontario Court says no to live tweets at trial http://bit.ly/w4sHG7

  115. legalinformatics says:

    RT @AmLawDaily: The Tweet that Roared: Lawyers and Law Firms Navigate Social Media Landmines http://t.co/QYyAW3xM

  116. legalinformatics says:

    RT @bobambrogi: Blogging, legal ethics and free speech: a podcast on the Horace Hunter case in VA: http://bit.ly/vIBWCx

  117. legalinformatics says:

    RT @FindLawLP Recently Decided: IL Court Upholds Verdict Despite Juror’s Blog Posts http://inv.lv/rUZdMY

  118. legalinformatics says:

    Are courts demanding too much from jurors? http://bit.ly/udX3ol The Guardian, Nov. 7, 2011. HT @AdamWagner1

  119. legalinformatics says:

    RT @CCCT_CCTJ Blog post: Courts and Social Media http://t.co/LdQylOIC

  120. legalinformatics says:

    RT @MollyDiBi Illinois Supreme Ct. to Hear Blogging-Juro Appeal http://t.co/GhXGTId4

  121. legalinformatics says:

    New from @JLE_JD : Should Judges Recuse Themselves Because of a Facebook Friendship? http://bit.ly/sPa940

  122. MT @tweetlawtweets From Arkansas death row, seeking to overturn a murder conviction because of a tweeting juror WSJ LawBlog / RT @GavWard http://on.wsj.com/vFfise  

  123. legalinformatics says:

    RT @IntegreonEDD Texting, social media more common in trials http://t.co/zIVvEUp2 | @timesdaily #ESI

  124. legalinformatics says:

    NBC Chicago RT @courtsandmedia Illinois: Metra Takes Blogging Juror Case to [Illinois] Supreme Court http://fb.me/BIvIo91o

  125. legalinformatics says:

    RT @courtsandmedia Arkansas: Lawyer: Tweeting, sleeping by jurors cause to overturn murder conviction | Arkansas News http://fb.me/WKCj3Sc2

  126. legalinformatics says:

    RT @courtsandmedia How social media is changing laws & investigations http://fb.me/yn9QC609

  127. legalinformatics says:

    Arkansas Defendant Saved by the Tweet http://on.wsj.com/ubHK3o HT @econwriter5

  128. legalinformatics says:

    RT @citmedialaw: New post: Is It Enough to Tell Jurors Not to Tweet? http://t.co/yyhvE7ZM

  129. legalinformatics says:

    Court tells cops to book scribe for tweets http://www.indianexpress.com/news/court-tells-cops-to-book-scribe-for-tweets/893708/ Indian Express, 30 Dec. 2011. HT @surekhapillai

  130. legalinformatics says:

    ‘Unwitting’ criminals of the Facebook and Twitter generation http://tgr.ph/vyvrok London Telegraph, 4 January 2012 . HT @rcalo @kashhill

  131. legalinformatics says:

    MT @lawtechTalk New York Ethics Committee on Lawyers’ Use of Social Media During Trials: This week’s Daily Record… http://bit.ly/xr0Ibj

  132. legalinformatics says:

    RT~ @JournLaw @MsLods: US Judge issues gag order in murder trial, orders reporter to delete tweets http://bit.ly/wgVPsR via @MediaLawProf

  133. legalinformatics says:

    RT @MollyDiBi PA Judge in high-profile DUI case overruled b/c of his Facebook friendship w/ Defendant http://shar.es/WShn4

  134. legalinformatics says:

    ABA Journal reports: British Juror Gets 3 Months for Researching Defendant Online, Resulting in Mistrial http://bit.ly/zlFLj6 (Jan. 23, 2012) HT @kashhill

  135. legalinformatics says:

    Meghan Dunn. (2011). Jurors’ Use of Social Media During
    Trials and Deliberations: Report to Judicial Conference Committee… RT @StateCourts Federal Judicial Center Reports on Juror Social Media Issues http://goo.gl/fb/Hj43W #technologyforjudges #socialmedia

  136. legalinformatics says:

    Original article: “HARRIS: BARRISTER HANDED LIFETIME BAN OVER TWITTER ABUSE”, Court News UK, Jan. 26, 2012: RT @charonqc: Command Performance from a Barrister now disbarred for unprofessional behaviour on twitter… http://t.co/tGzZdgC9

  137. legalinformatics says:

    MT @LegallyErin: British juror gets 3 months for violating rule against online research about defendant. Good. http://bit.ly/zlFLj6

  138. legalinformatics says:

    Barrister who Tweeted insults struck off http://tgr.ph/zQ7sFx Telegraph, Jan. 27, 2012 [re: @geeklawyer]

  139. legalinformatics says:

    RT @Aequoetbono UK barrister fined £2500 for tweets likely to bring legal profession into disrepute – http://arseh.at/rna more detail http://arseh.at/rne

  140. legalinformatics says:

    RT @ZMF_LLC Juror online research of Somali Bantu culture prompts new trial. Allowing juror questions might help http://bit.ly/AolMqG RT @EPSConsulting

  141. legalinformatics says:

    PA Court Holds that Facebook Friendship Requires Recusal of Judge http://bit.ly/ziSEES Going Paperless Blog, Jan. 30, 2012

  142. legalinformatics says:

    Pennsylvania courts may ban tweets http://bit.ly/wOAroD Centre Daily Times, Jan. 31, 2012

  143. legalinformatics says:

    Great post by @DavidSug : Twitter from the jury box in Brooklyn (Jan. 30, 2012) http://bit.ly/zHFnkM HT @JCELaw

  144. legalinformatics says:

    RT @ADodek Chief Justice: Justice system must learn to deal with Facebook, Twitter and other social media http://t.co/GQsVhvjg #Law #legal #courts #sm

  145. legalinformatics says:

    Results of FJC Survey (January 2012): Most Federal Judges Warn Jurors About Social Media http://1.usa.gov/ADoR5e

  146. legalinformatics says:

    Feb. 6, 2012: RT @lawtweets: @GdnLaw: The lesson of Joey Barton’s tweets http://bit.ly/Ai327M (via @Charonqc)

  147. legalinformatics says:

    Feb. 6, 2012 RT @CharonQC Lawcast 201: Antonin Pribetic on twitter, social media generally and legal services http://wp.me/p1cHd-3PG

  148. legalinformatics says:

    Feb. 6, 2012 RT @citmedialaw New post: See No Evil: Study Says Judges Don’t Find Jurors Using Social Media http://t.co/AStNNVP2

  149. legalinformatics says:

    Alison Frankel: Few judges see social-media problems with juries http://bit.ly/zzvX5u (Jan. 25, 2012)

  150. legalinformatics says:

    RT @courtsandmedia: Juror Could Face Jail Time for “Friending” Defendant on Facebook | WTSP Sarasota http://on.wtsp.com/xVNaor

  151. legalinformatics says:

    RT @JuryTalk Washington courtrooms put up posters warning jurors of misconduct. Probably coming to a courtroom near you: http://alturl.com/enqdy

  152. legalinformatics says:

    Juror jailed over Facebook friend request http://bit.ly/zz9fLR (Feb. 16, 2012). (Sarasota, Florida)

  153. legalinformatics says:

    RT @AlisonFrankel Can a court force jurors to turn over #Facebook posts about a trial? http://t.co/X0SJyJmJ by @erin_gs

  154. New from Prof. Karen Eltis: Courts, Litigants and the Digital Age: Law, Ethics and Practice http://bit.ly/zOd9zZ

  155. MT @vpolley: Berkman/CMLP: A US First: Juror Gets Jail in Fallout Over ‘Friending’ of Defendant http://bit.ly/zXYerO /via @berkmancenter

  156. RT @SMSLegal RT @textually: Lawyers Are Using Posts on Twitter and Facebook to Overturn Court Rulings http://t.co/gW5uvwn7

  157. Jurors’ Tweets Upend Trials (WSJ) http://on.wsj.com/y2KErd (March 5, 2012) HT @kashhill

  158. Cincinnati.com March 2, 2012 RT @actlaw Juror booted for texting during trial http://t.co/2Ps3Yjgi

  159. March 7, 2012 RT @courtsandmedia North Carolina: Jury in Young retrial is now under investigation http://fb.me/1mfpmyrzd

  160. RT @LarryBodine California Clamps Down on Jurors Using Social Media – http://t.co/cJcV64JJ

  161. RT @courtsandmedia AZ High Court to Review Social Media, Technology http://t.co/z647D6L4

  162. legalinformatics says:

    St. Eve & Zuckerman: Ensuring an Impartial Jury in the Age of Social Media http://bit.ly/xfz15Y incl survey data on juror social media use

  163. legalinformatics says:

    International Bar Association Publishes First Global Report on Impact of Social Media on Legal Profession http://bit.ly/y71vLg

  164. legalinformatics says:

    Rely on Instructions to Curb the Socially Networked Juror, by Dr. Ken Broda-Bahm http://bit.ly/GCSovq

  165. legalinformatics says:

    RT @JuryTalk {Juror Sequestration} Can judges successfully disconnect modern jurors from the internet during trial? Great article: http://alturl.com/5a4tc

  166. legalinformatics says:

    RT @courtsandmedia Hey, Judges: Facebook Isn’t the Devil; It’s the New Gossip http://fb.me/1vhWpEJrC

  167. legalinformatics says:

    Juror Dismissed From Josh Carrier Trial: Defense Lawyer Found Out She Discussed Case On Facebook http://bit.ly/HuV26R HT @kbeitz

  168. legalinformatics says:

    Is Tweeting From the Courtroom by Reporters Too Distracting for Jurors?, by Bruce Carton http://bit.ly/HofhjC Legal Blog Watch (Apr. 6, 2012)

  169. legalinformatics says:

    Reporter’s Photo of Juror Causes Mistrial In Austin Tabor Drug Murder Case http://huff.to/HCZZuP HT @StateCourts

  170. legalinformatics says:

    RT @bloglawonline Court Disconnect: Judge Urges Jurors to Keep Off MySpace: One of the major problems with juror use of the Intern… http://bit.ly/J5npog

  171. legalinformatics says:

    April 19, 2012 RT @courtsandmedia Illinois: Man charged with recording Kane court session – Aurora Beacon News http://t.co/eKCueP5B

  172. legalinformatics says:

    RT @ericgoldman US v Lawson (4th Cir 4/20/12). Cockfighting conviction overturned because juror did independent research in Wikipedia http://j.mp/IbRLci

  173. legalinformatics says:

    RT @JackofKent Three arrested for naming #ChedEvans rape victim online http://bbc.in/IlN1mU Serious stuff, if convicted: offence under Sexual Offences Act.

  174. legalinformatics says:

    RT @ericgoldman Venkat Blog Post: Fourth Circuit Slams Juror’s Use of Wikipedia (and Slams Wikipedia Too)–U.S. v Lawson http://t.co/FG7f9uVK

  175. legalinformatics says:

    From NPR: Social Media’s Impact on Large Jury Trials – Trayvon Martin Case 2.0: Digital Trial Before Jury http://n.pr/IVTaCq HT @christinemartin

  176. legalinformatics says:

    RT @courtsandmedia Tweeting from the courtroom: the jury is still out http://fb.me/1wvwWFtVz

  177. legalinformatics says:

    MT @LawandLit: How Should We Measure Damages for Defamation Over Social Media? | Citizen Media Law Project http://bit.ly/JgZu8R

  178. legalinformatics says:

    Court warns on jurors’ Web use Posts on social media raise risks of mistrial State’s judges told to spell out rules http://bo.st/JqaaVi Boston Globe 14 May 2012, re: Massachusetts Court of Appeals. HT @EPSConsulting

  179. legalinformatics says:

    RT @bloglawonline Washington Courts Confront Twitter Appeal: A man convicted in 2010 of murdering Mark Stover, a “dog whisperer” … http://t.co/Ckjdby8V

  180. legalinformatics says:

    RT @LawTechNews Fla. jurors banned from blogging about criminal cases http://ow.ly/b2OK4

  181. legalinformatics says:

    Interesting debate re: whether Pennsylvania Supreme Court should ban tweeting fr court in crim cases http://bit.ly/L9Ji8r HT @sisypheantask

  182. legalinformatics says:

    New from @nikiblack : Mass., Fla. courts chime in on jurors and social media http://bit.ly/JT8uV3

  183. legalinformatics says:

    RT @ComplexD Proposed Standard Voir Dire Jury Instruction Cautioning Jurors Against Social Media and Internet Use – http://t.co/lNszMQJ9 (Gregory Joseph)

  184. legalinformatics says:

    New from NY City Bar: Jury Research and Social Media: A New York City Bar Formal Ethics Opinion http://bit.ly/LBfBwL (June 4, 2012)

  185. legalinformatics says:

    US v. Lawson (4th Cir. Apr. 20, 2012). RT @JuryTalk When will a juror’s research violate 6th Am right to fair trial? Gov’t’s HEAVY duty to rebut presumption of prejudice: http://t.co/p8CCEM2I

  186. legalinformatics says:

    Hannaford-Agor et al. report on pilot study: Jurors & Jury Use of New Media: A Baseline Exploration http://bit.ly/LKUsQX cc: @JuryTalk

  187. legalinformatics says:

    New from @bobambrogi : Legal Ethics and Twitter http://bit.ly/Ot3apa

  188. legalinformatics says:

    New from @bobambrogi : Video: The Legal Ethics of Friending on Facebook http://bit.ly/KBWyAG

  189. legalinformatics says:

    RT @TarltonLawLib 4 helpful videos on legal ethics and social media: http://ow.ly/bv5qk (via @bobambrogi)

  190. legalinformatics says:

    RT @macrmccoy Via @ABAJournal: Defended by Attorney Twitter Pal, Jury Foreman Escapes Court Sanction for Prolific Trial Tweets. http://j.mp/Lpfe8f

  191. legalinformatics says:

    RT @bloglawonline Extrinsic Research: Yes, Judges Do It Too: Several posts on this blog have discussed the issue of jurors conduct… http://t.co/vsF7p6AE

  192. legalinformatics says:

    Recent article: Zora: Real Social Network: How Jurors’ Use of Social Media & Smart Phones Affects Defendant’s Rights http://bit.ly/LaUNg2

  193. legalinformatics says:

    Calif. court halts order for juror Facebook posts (July 3, 2012) http://bit.ly/M3quwB SFgate | HT @jennifer_nyc

  194. legalinformatics says:

    RT @danpinnington: SC Ethics Opinion highlights ethical pitfalls for lawyers participating on Q&A sites: http://t.co/2iG0yDPH

  195. legalinformatics says:

    New from Sean Fewster: South Australian lawyers say live tweeting from the court room is OK http://bit.ly/Q2L1Sv HT @OZloop

  196. legalinformatics says:

    RT @StateCourts Social media in the #courts, an opportunity and dilemma. Check out our resource guide for information. http://bit.ly/NmauTP

  197. legalinformatics says:

    RT @actlaw: Murder case mistrial over juror’s Facebook comments http://soc.li/su8HGIF

  198. legalinformatics says:

    RT @Liberationtech Teenager who named her sexual-assault attackers on Twitter faces jail sentence for violating court terms http://is.gd/BV9CFE

  199. legalinformatics says:

    RT @rocketmatter Mistrial shows influence of social media in legal system http://t.co/C3rHzrz9

  200. legalinformatics says:

    RT @djhdcj: Why Do Jurors Go On-line? http://wp.me/p2tUoE-3b – a technology based explanation for a developing phenomenon #law

  201. legalinformatics says:

    RT @AdamWagner1 High Court overturns Twitter joke conviction. Full judgment here http://www.judiciary.gov.uk/Resources/JCO/Documents/Judgments/chambers-v-dpp.pdf … #twitterjoketrial

  202. legalinformatics says:

    RT @InternetLaw Techdirt: “Norwegian Court Rules Blog Posts Are Not ‘Made Public’” http://bit.ly/N8BIua

  203. legalinformatics says:

    RT @AlliGerkman Kansas: Facebook “like” becomes ethics issue for Butler County judge http://t.co/aQ3okLtK

  204. legalinformatics says:

    Police investigating Twitter user who abused Tom Daley http://bit.ly/MvLcRC

  205. legalinformatics says:

    Update on law-related social media issues, in new issue of @StateCourts ‘ “Connected” newsletter http://bit.ly/R5cV0C

  206. legalinformatics says:

    Juror conduct in Stovall trial draws probe http://bit.ly/QbI0u4 HT @actlaw

  207. legalinformatics says:

    by @bobambrogi RT @jennifer_NYC: 10 tips to keep social networking in line with #ABA ethics http://bit.ly/OK0XVM

  208. legalinformatics says:

    RT @JuryTalk “Are you single?” Against court order, juror sends Facebook friend request to defense atty—client charged with murder: http://t.co/oTe9B1oz

  209. legalinformatics says:

    RT @bloglawonline Judicial Commission Considers Judge’s “Like”: On Friday (Aug. 10) the Kansas Commission on Judicial Qualificatio… http://t.co/kAXsxUHX

  210. legalinformatics says:

    “UK judges and magistrates have been banned from blogging about their jobs” http://bit.ly/OaGWGa by Lucy Reed at Guardian

  211. legalinformatics says:

    RT @wiselaw Ethics Classes Ordered for Lawyers Seen Reading Text Message on Judge’s Phone http://t.co/d6FlWpP8 #law #legal

  212. legalinformatics says:

    Federal Jury Awards $4.5M to University of Michigan Student Targeted in Fired Ex-Prosecutor’s Blog http://bit.ly/Pk125q @abajournal HT @bobambrogi

  213. legalinformatics says:

    New from Judge David Harvey : Social Media and the Judiciary http://bit.ly/NPr4K4

  214. legalinformatics says:

    RT @wiselaw New Model Jury Instructions Tell Jurors to Turn In Others Who Flout Social Media Ban http://bit.ly/RIp9Oo #law #legal

  215. legalinformatics says:

    RT @stacystern Are We Our Co-Jurors’ Keepers? New Social-Media Jury Instructions Ask Jurors to Turn in Peers If They Break Rules http://j.st/haR

  216. legalinformatics says:

    RT @bloglawonline The Feds Try Again, But Just Won’t Say Why: The federal courts have revised the jury instructions released in 20… http://t.co/o4HUyLcQ

  217. RT @ericgoldman Venkat Blog Post: Florida Judge Disqualified Over Facebook Friendship With Prosecutor -– Domville v Florida http://j.mp/RIYPgq

  218. legalinformatics says:

    RT @ethanwall: Lawyer’s Facebook photo causes mistrial in Miami-Dade murder case http://t.co/gu6EeQlA @MiamiHerald #socialmedialaw

  219. legalinformatics says:

    RT @AdrianLurssen Florida Court: Lawyers And Judges Should Not Be Facebook Friends | By @BilzinSumberg http://www.jdsupra.com/legalnews/florida-court-lawyers-and-judges-should-50164/

  220. legalinformatics says:

    RT @rgranat Hostile Use of ‘Friend’ Request Puts Lawyers in Ethics Trouble – New Jersey Law Journal http://t.co/Xf2dAcS4

  221. legalinformatics says:

    RT @djhdcj Judge warns of ‘Googling jurors’ – National – NZ Herald News nzh.tw/10834181 – for the full paper see http://www.scribd.com/doc/105408167/The-Googling-Juror #juries

  222. legalinformatics says:

    RT @djhdcj Jurors’s Facebook friendship puts murder trial into question: http://awe.sm/g5k5Z via @dailydot

  223. legalinformatics says:

    RT @kevinokeefe RT @danabrams: Jurors “friends” on Facebook put murder verdict into question via @Geekosystem http://www.geekosystem.com/facebook-friend-trial-tampered/

  224. legalinformatics says:

    RT @davidpwhelan Look at new Federal jury instructions and social media http://t.co/hchQpAkq graphic based on 2011 FJC report http://t.co/lO9Y6VpL

  225. Expect Jail Time, Judge Tells Prospective Juror Who Googled Murder Defendant, Flouting Written Order http://t.co/NDQ2T7L3

  226. legalinformatics says:

    RT @meejalaw PBS MediaShift>> ‘Trial By Social Media’ in Australia Prompts Clash Over Accused Murderer: http://to.pbs.org/VUs7QG #medialaw

  227. legalinformatics says:

    RT @meejalaw SMH>> States to tackle social media laws after alarm over fair trial for accused: “THE Victorian Attor… http://bit.ly/TEPxc2 #medialaw

  228. legalinformatics says:

    RT @CDLB: A juror conducted an Internet search on the issue in a case. A state appeals court has ordered a new trial. http://ow.ly/erg5v

  229. legalinformatics says:

    Full text: Hannaford-Agor et al.: Jurors and Jury Use of New Media: A Baseline Exploration (2012) http://bit.ly/RbEKST . HT @bloglawonline

  230. legalinformatics says:

    McQuarrie v. Texas http://www.cca.courts.state.tx.us/opinions/pdfOpinion.asp?OpinionID=23182 “The internet research conducted by a juror about the effects of date rape drugs constitutes an “outside influence.” Therefore, we reverse the judgment of the court of appeals and remand the case to the trial court for a new hearing on Appellant’s motion for new trial consistent with this opinion.”

  231. legalinformatics says:

    RT @djhdcj Juries and internet research: we need to ask more questions | David Banks http://gu.com/p/3bym6/tw via @guardian

  232. legalinformatics says:

    RT @nikiblack My Latest article: Facebook, juries and mistrials, oh my! | NY Daily Record http://nydailyrecord.com/blog/2012/11/19/legal-loop-facebook-juries-and-mistrials-oh-my/

  233. legalinformatics says:

    from @sharonnelsonesq : Judges Who Do Their Own Internet Research: Shark-Infested Waters http://bit.ly/XXKg12 HT @jhbdixon

  234. legalinformatics says:

    .@binarybits: “Judge orders sex harassment plaintiffs to produce Facebook passwords” http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2012/11/judge-orders-sex-harassment-plaintiffs-to-produce-facebook-passwords/

  235. RT @ABAJournal Research Lawyer Is Suspended After Tweeting About ‘Naughty Boy’ Ex-AG During Ethics Hearing http://dlvr.it/2VvcHw

  236. Recent from @pamelascholar : Trial by Tweet? Social Media Innovation or Degradation? The Future and Change for Courts http://bit.ly/T4eUPQ

  237. RT @djhdcj The IT Countrey Justice updates materials on The Googling Juror phenomenon #juries http://wp.me/p2tUoE-53

  238. RT @paulbernalUK Here’s that Law Commission contempt of court consultation… http://lawcommission.justice.gov.uk/areas/contempt.htm

  239. RT @MollyDiBi Kansas Lawyer Fired for Profane Tweet: Lawyers’ use and misuse of social media is, as many readers know, a top… http://bit.ly/TiQVfS

  240. HT @adreagui RT @ClemKleitz Comptes #twitter de magistrats suspendus: http://bit.ly/10Txro

  241. MT @djhdcj: UK Law Commission floats plans to stop jurors researching cases online http://gu.com/p/3c5he/tw

  242. New UK Law Commission consultation on contempt of court: covers jurors’ use of tech, legal journalism via tech, etc. http://bit.ly/V79zro

  243. UK Law Commission recommends: Jurors who browse web ‘should face criminal prosecution’ http://thetim.es/TrXmOe TimesofLondon

  244. RT @HerbertGeerIPTE: The Law Institute of Victoria has issued ‘Guidelines on Ethical Use of Social Media’ for lawyers http://bit.ly/SHmZ0a

  245. Jury Irregularities in the Crown Court: A Protocol http://www.judiciary.gov.uk/Resources/JCO/Documents/Protocols/jury_irregularities_protocol.pdf Judiciary of England & Wales. HT @JudicialPhil

  246. MT @legalerswelcome Jury Tells Judge of Member’s Web Research in Murder Case; Alternate Is Seated for New Deliberations http://ow.ly/2tFMWD

  247. RT @LawPracticeTips Social Media: The “New” Courthouse? http://bit.ly/STpaxH by @jaynenavarre #Courtroom

  248. RT @actlaw Removed Mattapan juror shared outside findings with jury http://soc.li/KXpzCwR

  249. Mark Niesse: Twitter sunk woman’s award after car crash http://www.dailyreportonline.com/PubArticleDRO.jsp?id=1202582763977 ALM Daily Report Jan. 2, 2013. HT @MarkRosch @BurgerLibrary

  250. RT @MollyDiBi RT @ABAJournal: Prospective juror who Googled murder defendant gets unusual sentence http://dlvr.it/2njffw

  251. RT @ericgoldman Venkat Post: Is Recusal Required When a Judge is Facebook “Friends” With a Prosecutor? Question Certified to FL Sup Ct http://j.mp/13Qa14J

  252. RT @ABAJournal: City manager apologizes to Texas A&M star for municipal judge’s Facebook posts about ticket http://www.abajournal.com/news/article/city_manager_apologizes_to_texas_am_star_for_municipal_judges_facebook_post/

  253. ‘You Have the Right to Blog,’ Says Judge http://on.wsj.com/WRtV9C

  254. Fears courtroom Twitter ban will harm reporting http://beta.afr.com/p/technology/fears_courtroom_twitter_ban_will_bwB30T6TDspFpq8CFbFSDP Financial Review, 14 January 2013. HT @MsLods

  255. Judge orders lawyer to take down Facebook posts re McDonald’s settlement http://bit.ly/YXYjRK @ABAJournal

  256. RT @Liberationtech Florida Supreme Court Disqualifies Judge for Facebook Friendship with Prosecutor http://is.gd/lNV5jQ

  257. New from @OrganizedLawyer : Ethical Exits: When Lawyers and Judges Must Sever Ties on Social Media http://bit.ly/136XyuV

  258. RT @djhdcj BBC News – Twitter users: A guide to the law http://bbc.in/WnDiOl a very helpful and useful guide #Lawcomm426

  259. RT @lancegodard Judge MacDonald orders FB user to remove comments critical of McDonald’s class action http://onforb.es/15hHggY

  260. Should judges disclose Facebook friends? ‘Context is significant,’ ABA ethics opinion says http://www.abajournal.com/news/article/should_judges_disclose_facebook_friends_context_is_significant_aba_ethics_o/ @ABAJournal

  261. RT @djhdcj Tweet from court? NSW govt seeks to ban communications from inside court room, incl social media: http://bit.ly/ZK1ocz @JCELaw @dpfdpf

  262. RT @Glaspell: Penalty for tweet from NSW court is 22K dollars — unless one is journalist or lawyer: http://bit.ly/WDHoYe

  263. RT @LawPracticeTips Social Media Can Cause Legal Catastrophes in the #Courtroom: http://bit.ly/YLt368 #lawyers

  264. Gary Toohey on smartphones in the courtroom. recently published in Missori Bar magazine “Precedent” http://www.mobar.org/uploadedFiles/Home/Publications/Precedent/2013/Winter/smartphones.pdf

  265. RT @Argumentatie Vooral een interessante discussie: mag de rechter googlen? De waarde van internetbronnen voor de rechtspraak http://www.nrc.nl/carriere/2013/03/08/mag-de-rechter-googlen/

  266. Josh Taylor, “Parliament can’t stop the tweets” ZDNet, 15 March 2013:
    Summary: A rejection on a Twitter ban in Australian Parliament, and the backdown in New South Wales over a proposed ban on court tweets shows that governments are at least attempting to come to grips with the inevitability of social media. http://www.zdnet.com/au/parliament-cant-stop-the-tweets-7000012654/

  267. “@nytimes: The New York Police Department issues strict rules for how its officers act on social media http://nyti.ms/ZrGbNV

  268. RT @DMLPBerkman: New post: Judge: Blogging from the Courtroom OK, Twitter Not So Much http://bit.ly/11WoJsv

  269. RT @VolokhC: MA Judge Bans Tweeting, but Permits Blogging in his Courtroom: (Ilya Somin) http://bit.ly/10lhabh

  270. RT @JudiciaryUK Judicial Response to Law Commission consultation on Contempt of Court published today http://bit.ly/14TEIIf

  271. RT @nadimhoury #UAE man jailed 10 months for tweeting father’s trial http://reut.rs/ZKEKKH

  272. ‘, the Quebec judiciary has issued a ban as of April 15 [2013] on texting, tweeting, and all other forms of electronic communication from the courtroom during proceedings before the Court of Appeal of Quebec, the Superior Court of Quebec, and the Quebec Court.’ http://www.canadianlawyermag.com/legalfeeds/1405/quebec-judges-give-the-bird-to-tweets.html

  273. Marilyn Krawitz, Guilty as Tweeted: Jurors Using Social Media Inappropriately During the Trial Process http://ssrn.com/abstract=2176634

  274. RT @AequoetBono Social media discussion by jurors during trial not necessarily a breach of their duties (NSW Dist Ct): http://www.caselaw.nsw.gov.au/action/PJUDG?jgmtid=164520

  275. RT @MsLods .@nicchristensen on potential issues with court reporting via social media http://bit.ly/10JeQsE featuring comments from @Kate_McClymont

  276. RT @ScottKGraham What’s the most prejudicial info a juror could find conducting online research? How about a prior appellate ruling. http://www.law.com/jsp/ca/PubArticleCA.jsp?id=1202601310888&Jurors_Online_Research_Forces_New_Trial&slreturn=20130422224724

  277. RT @StateCourts Judge’s Facebook friendship didn’t indicate bias, state appellate court rules http://bit.ly/1812LXm

  278. RT @LXBN You “like” me, you really “like” me – Looking at the legal effect of Facebook likes and friends http://lexne.ws/ixp – @traviscrabtree

  279. RT @djhdcj When jurors go ‘rogue’ on the Internet and social media … http://wp.me/p1wPnn-9r via @JournLaw #googlingjuror #Lawcomm426

  280. Judge’s Facebook Friendship With Victim’s Parent Does not Taint Proceeding — Youkers v. Texas http://blog.ericgoldman.org/archives/2013/05/judges_facebook_1.htm

  281. Leo Benedictus, “How to tweet without ending up in prison”, Guardian, 4 December 2013: http://www.theguardian.com/media/shortcuts/2013/dec/04/tweet-without-ending-up-in-prison

  282. Pingback: Top posts on Legal Informatics Blog during 2013 | Legal Informatics Blog

  283. Facebook Posts Can Backfire in Court: Why litigants shouldn’t tap social media to support their causes http://www.lawtechnologynews.com/id=1394632119931/Facebook-Posts-Can-Backfire-in-Court

  284. March 2014 88 (03) LIJ, p.28: Rules regarding the use of social media in Victorian courts and tribunals vary and all are subject to judicial discretion. By Kerry O’Shea http://www.liv.asn.au/Practice-Resources/Law-Institute-Journal/Archived-Issues/LIJ-March-2014/New-media-on-trial

  285. Terry Carter: Lawyers may look at what jurors post online, but only if it’s available to the public. ABA Journal.

  286. http://www.floridasupremecourt.org/decisions/2014/sc14-623.pdf Amended Standardized Jury Instructions in Florida Concerning the Use of Electronic Devices by Jurors

  287. Bellin & Ferguson: “Trial by Google: Judicial Notice in the Information Age”

  288. Ian Cram: Google and the ‘unvirtuous’ juror? A comparative constitutional analysis of some digital challenges to fair trials

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