Juries and Social Media: a report prepared for the Victorian Department of Justice

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Johnston, Jane
Keyzer, Patrick
Holland, Geoffry
Pearson, Mark
Rodrick, Sharon
Wallace, Anne
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2013
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In response to a request from the Victorian Department of Justice made on behalf of the Standing Council on Law and Justice, we were invited to: 1. Conduct a literature review of existing research and studies that discuss the use of social media by empanelled jurors and in particular the purpose and effect of such use and describe this research and these studies. 2. Review any policy implemented in interstate or overseas (Commonwealth) jurisdictions that aims to address potential prejudice caused by a juror's access to and use of social media, and provide details regarding whether any policy has been successful. URL: www.sclj.gov.au/agdbasev7wr/sclj/documents/pdf/juries and social media - final.pdf

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Legal Institutions (incl. Courts and Justice Systems)

Media Studies

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