We missed a tremendous opportunity to conduct an experiment of great significance in our courts. That's because we didn't have a crystal ball. Who really would have thought that courtroom spectators would unwittingly try to transform the tranquil of a courtroom into the electronic version of a Roman coliseum, favoring we the mob with tidbits of the trial in short bursts of data sent almost compulsively from the proceedings?
One Hand Clapping
Tweeting Reporters Sent Message To Jury
The Connecticut Law Tribune
December 6, 2010
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