OPINION 2010-7

Ohio Judges may use Twitter and "Friend" Lawyers Who Appear Before Them

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The disciplinary panel for the Supreme Court of Ohio decided that the state's judges can use Twitter and become friends on Facebook and other social media sites with lawyers who appear before them, but should treat social online conduct carefully to steer clear of violating Ohio's code of judicial conduct.

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Reference Info:State, 6th Circuit, Ohio | United States


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