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Are Fair Trials Imperiled When Jurors Text and Tweet?
"Jury duty is bad enough, but imagine not being able to check your phone or e-mail to help relieve the boredom. That’s the new rule in Michigan, where trial judges are now required to order jurors not to use phones or other electronic devices while in trial or in deliberations. Telling your Twitter followers you are stuck at the courthouse is not likely to tip the scales of Lady Justice, but Googling for background info on a case is the legal equivalent of ripping off her blindfold. "
Calling jurors back to court ‘extremely rare’
"Accused by defense attorneys of violating a judge's order, five members of the jury that convicted Dixon of misdemeanor embezzlement have been called to appear at a motions hearing Jan. 6, in which the mayor will seek a new trial. Dixon's attorneys have accused jurors Nos. 3, 6, 8, 11 and 12 of becoming friends on Facebook, a social networking site, and sending messages to each other there, in violation of Baltimore Circuit Court Judge Dennis Sweeney's order not to discuss the case."
Michigan High Court Sends Message to Tweeters
"recent cases in which jurors have caused a stir by using social media such as Twitter to communicate about their jury service. Taking the issue on proactively, the Michigan Supreme Court has adopted a new rule requiring judges to admonish jurors to not use electronic communication devices during trial, and not to use them during breaks to comment or conduct research on the case. "
The Indiana Law Blog: Ind. Courts - "Texting, tweeting tempt jurors, frustrate judges"
"Indiana Supreme Court committee took up the issue of banning iPhones, cell phones, laptops, social network sites such as Twitter and Facebook, by jurors while they are deliberating a case."
Kansas Supreme Court denies request to Tweet or make audio recordings
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No Tweeting in Federal Court, and why I think the Supreme Court should get on Twitter « Josh Blackman’s Blog
Apparently sending Tweets during a trial is considered 'broadcasting' and the Court can ban it according to Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure #53. From United States v. Shelnutt (M.D. Ga. Nov. 2) (H/T Volokh),"
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Do You Have to Use a Private Investigator to Prove Contempt of Court
Question: I want to file a contempt action to prove that someone is violating a Court Order. If I have someone take pictures to help prove this violation, does that person have to be a licensed private investigator? Answer: Evidence of a violation of a court order can come from anyone with first-hand knowledge...
How a Good Private Investigator Can Help Your Attorney Win Your Case
Private investigators are essential to any criminal investigation. If accused of a crime, you cannot rely solely on the police investigation. Police are trained to gather evidence to convict; they are not trained to search for evidence of innocence...
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Complaints Pile Up Against Former New Zealand Police Officer Turned Private Investigator Peter Gibbons - Including Search Of Innocent Man’s Home
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University of Tennessee police under investigation www.privateofficer.com
University of Tennessee police under investigation www.privateofficer.com Chattanooga TN Nov 7 2008 By: Bryan Hill NTL. ASSOC. PRIVATE OFFICERS www.privateofficer.com A Chattanooga, TN private investigator held a press conference on Thursday, November 6, 2008 to discuss an investigation being conducted by him regarding police misconduct by University of Tennessee at Chattanooga police officers...
Private investigators: no longer in the shadows
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Once it was the murky world of dirty raincoats and skulking in shadows. But the private investigator is now fast becoming a standard aid to divorce.