Jur-E Bulletin


2014 Newsletters

April 4 Defendant Cures Reversible Error in Voir Dire; Alternate Jurors Participating in Deliberations; Contract and Business Jury Instructions in Florida
March 28 Alaska's House Bill 315; Impeachment by Prior Conviction; Illinois: Juror Questions in Criminal Trials
March 14 Privacy of Juror Questionnaires; Jury Service Scam Request; UK Juror Orientation Video
March 7 Survey of 583 Actual Jurors on Social Media; Memories of Voir Dire; Warger v. Shauers
February 28 Obituary: Ted Eisenberg; “We the People: A Call to Duty”; OJMA Conference
February 21 U.S. v. Marco Pineda; 2014 National Symposium on the American Jury Project; Michigan's New Jury Service Deferment
February 14 Two Year Penalty for Google Misconduct; Jury Service Scams; Caught Spying on Jurors
February 7 Gilbert Carino v. State of Florida; A Diligent Juror; Two New Jury Resources from Reynolds Courts and Media Law Journal
January 31 Trapasso v. Romero; Pennsylvania Change in the Use of Alternates; The Generous Juror Program
January 24 California State Senate Bill Would Reduce Peremptory Challenges in Misdemeanor Cases; More Inappropriate Internet Research
January 17 Copyright Law and Jury Assembly Room Movies; Judicial Education Opportunity for State Trial Judges on Preventing and Addressing Internet-related Juror Misconduct
January 10 Judicial Education Opportunity for State Trial Judges on Preventing and Addressing Internet-related Juror Misconduct
January 3 Stouffer v. Trammel, Warden; Arizona Lengthy Trial Fund May Disappear