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Old 08-28-2012, 11:10 AM   #361
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Originally Posted by JoeD View Post
With regards to the US, didn't a judge in the US on the recent google/oracle case, warn jurors that whilst they could discus the case they had to bear in mind that what they say could be taken as grounds for a retrial? If so, it's perhaps a good and bad thing that in the UK you can't discuss what goes on in the deliberation room.
It wouldn't be possible to prevent US jurors from talking about it after the trial unless you can get the SCOTUS to carve out an exception to the first amendment.
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