Opinion: Researching Jurors On The Internet Is Not Just Permissible, But Necessary

, The Connecticut Law Tribune


On June 30, the Law Tribune published an editorial "A Troublesome Opinion Regarding Juror Internet Research," in which it lamented recent American Bar Association Formal Opinion 466. This opinion concluded that there was nothing wrong with a lawyer reviewing a juror's internet presence as long as the lawyer does not initiate contact with the juror (such as by sending him or her a "friend" request).

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