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August 22, 2012

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Morgan Law Firm

This is long overdue. Social media has become such a huge part of our everyday culture that jurors need to be reminded to not do some things that might seem obvious - don't post, don't tweet, and just keep it in the jury room.

Mary E. Ramos - Attorney At Law

Excellent article! Model jury instructions are long over due.

Houston Divorce Lawyer

I'm glad that steps are being taken to ensure that jurors know the social media dos and don'ts before trials begin.

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