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June 19, 2007

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Via Deliberations (which is quickly becoming a must-read) comes this California Court of Appeals opinion vacating a conviction on the grounds that a juror deliberately lied during voire dire and then blogged about it and other parts of the trial, inclu... [Read More]

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