Social Media Profiles Expose Risk As Well As Opportunity.
Social media accounts reveal how people really think and feel.
You can learn a lot about someone by researching their public social media accounts and communications.
Prospective jurors often share personal information in public forums like Facebook, Google Plus, Twitter and Pinterest. We collect and summarize these valuable background details for use during jury selection. That information can be critical during the voir dire phase and help determine when you select a jury candidate to be struck.
On the day of, or days before, jury selection, we summarize the findings into a quick-reference e-file that can be used on a smartphone, tablet or laptop in the courtroom.
Valuable jury panel information is only a few clicks away. Find out more about our social media profile report.
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