When Jurors “Friend” the Plaintiffs on Facebook…

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This case is a giant warning sign to any trial lawyer and judge on jurors and Facebook. The idea of a juror “friending” a party at any point in time is troubling. Moreover, trial attorneys really need to be aware of party admissions their clients might be making in status messages or damning their own case with photos. If a juror can find it, watch out for the opposing party.

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