Lawyers may look at what jurors post online, but only if it’s available to the public

Courts have been dealing for a while now with jurors discussing the trials they're deciding through postings on websites accessible to the public and electronic social media that allow restrictions on access, such as Facebook, Myspace, LinkedIn and Twitter. Trial judges generally try to restrict such activities with admonitions in…

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Lawyers may look at what jurors post online, but only if it’s available to the public