Legal Professionals Who Are Not Social Media Savvy Can Jeapardize Their Cases


Legal marketers, what you don’t know is hurting you…

Florida: A mistrial was declared recently after a federal judge learned eight jurors had researched the drug case on the internet.

England: A juror was dismissed from a sexual assault case after asking how she should vote on her Facebook page.

Dallas: A state District Judge recently terminated someone from a pretrial drug diversion program after a probation officer discovered Internet postings showing that the man clearly planed to get drunk on his graduation day.

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