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Forwarded on 02-11-2010
Attorneys may have a First Amendment right to interview jurors in trials in which they did not participate if their purpose is to educate a segment of the bar, according to a federal appellate court.
Calling it a “novel” issue, a panel of the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said it was “uncomfortable” addressing the question in the first instance. Instead, the three-judge panel on Feb. 3 ordered a district court to vacate its terse ruling rejecting a request by the Oklahoma Employment Lawyers Association and to reconsider the request in a “meaningful exercise of its discretion.” Read More