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Prospective jurors used to have to come to the courthouse just to find out if their number would be drawn from the jury wheel, said Kristine Porter, jury administrator for the District of Utah.
Another innovation, the web-based eJuror system, allows prospective jurors to complete jury questionnaires online rather than filling out paper forms and mailing them to the court.
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When the validity of a verdict is in question, federal rules prohibit jurors from testifying about their deliberations.
The case originated from the Boston Globe, which sought the names of jurors during the trial of Nathaniel Fujita, who was found guilty of murdering his ex-girlfriend in March 2013.
Rather than provide the jurors' identities, Judge Peter Lauriat wrote to jurors to see if they were "amenable" to speaking to reporters, and only provided the names of those who responded affirmatively, according to the decision.
8) Independent juror research upsets this balance in a number of ways, including by potentially exposing jurors to prejudicial, irrelevant, or inaccurate information, often without the knowledge of the judge or the parties.
14) Courts typically rely almost exclusively on traditional inhibitory rules, such as mistrials and sequestration, to prevent jurors from relying on information obtained outside of court.
2) Although the modern jury is not fully representative of the community, changes in eligibility requirements and methods of summoning jurors have made the modern jury far more heterogeneous than it has ever been.
9) Jurors often receive a special instruction on how to evaluate expert testimony.
The statement -- signed by jurors B51, B76, E6 and E40 -- said that juror B37 did not speak for the panel as a whole when she appeared on Anderson Cooper's program, according to (http://www.
Most jurors enter a place and a system they know little about, except through cultural sources of the press, television, movies, and now the digital media.