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November 30, 2007

Jurors Looking At Victim's MySpace Page Voids Abuse Conviction

In another CNET moment, the an article on the site analyzes the case of a West Virginia man convicted of sexually abusing two minors.  The man was granted a new trial because two jurors looked at one of the victim's MySpace page.  Jurors aren't supposed to consider evidence outside of the record.  The report is here.

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