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Investigating jurors in the digital age: one click at a time

In the eyes of many attorneys, the trier of fact, not the evidence presented, is the key factor in determining the outcome of a trial.1 Thus, attorneys have long sought to learn as much as possible about those deciding the fate of their clients.2 While information has been readily available about judges who have established reputations and regularly decide cases,3 one cannot say the same for jurors who are randomly drawn from the community to hear one case.

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