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To tweet or retweet

I have to admit, I was really late joining Twitter; not only that, but my mother was on it first and tweets more than I do. While I have joined the Twitter nation, I am still unsure about the best ...

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Law blog round-up

Happy Monday! Here are some law links to start your week: If you think Sonia Sotomayor is bad, you should see Andre Davis, writes Byron York of the Examiner. (Though the Examiner identifies York as its “chief political correspondent,” a ...

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Law blog round-up

Happy Monday! Paul Mark Sandler asks if it’s time to rethink the standard voir dire questions now that it’s apparently routine for jurors to look up cases on the Internet. Check out this blog post about the failings of a ...

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Seating juries in a recession

There’s a recession angle for every story, it seems. The features I find for our Web site lately are overwhelmingly about another way the recession has negatively impacted people. Here’s another impact, one that might be causing headaches for trial ...

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Double duty

Bad luck: a jury duty summons. Worse luck: two jury duty summonses from two different jurisdictions. Even worse luck: two jury duty summonses from two different jurisdictions showing up in your mailbox the same day. You’ve-got-to-be-kidding-me luck: two jury duty ...

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