BullsEye Video: Jurors Use Social Media To Research Case Details

By IMS ExpertServices

Jurors sometimes use social media sites to research case details, but surprisingly, doing so is not always grounds for reversal of a verdict. This video outlines case examples of this behavior, along with practical steps you can take to reduce the risk of having social media  impact your next case.

Click the link to read the BullsEye article this video was based on: “I Know It’s True – I Read It on Facebook.”
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