In January 2018, approximately two-thirds of U.S. adults (68%) used Facebook, with a majority of users visiting the site at least once a day, according to the Pew Research Center. Social media continues to influence numerous aspects of society, including the litigation process, and has become an important resource in juror research. In a world of easily-accessible information, what are the ethical rules and implications regarding social media research of jurors? How are judges handling the presence of this technology in the courtroom? What is the future in juror research?
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