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    INTERNET: "Excuse Me, Your Honor. I’m Not Finished Blogging Yet!"

    Posted by Gale Burns on Fri, Jan 28, 2011 @ 16:01 PM

    February 1, 2011

    Jeffrey T. Frederick, Jury Research Services

    True story. I was being interviewed by Reuter’s reporter Brian Grow for a story he was doing on the Internet and jurors. As we were talking, he asked me if I wanted to look at something interesting that a potential juror was doing on the Internet. He directed me to a blog or as the juror distinguished, a “live journal.” Here are some samples of the comments the juror was making:

    Jury Duty—part III

    Oct. 20th, 2010 at 12:58 PM

    So. . . My group went to trial where for the next 2 hours hey did void dir-ing. The prosecutor has on the tackiest suit I have ever seen. Out of 50 potential jurors, there are at least 5 gays, right? - he'f better find them and use his challenges. Plus, he was annoying in his part of the questioning. the defense attorney, on the other hand, just exudes friendly. I wanted to go to lunch with him. And he's cute.

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    Topics: jury research, Jeffrey Frederick, Internet, jury selection, social networking, blogging, live journal

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