Feb 252011
 February 25, 2011  Posted by  Court, Online

Andy Furillo reports the latest development in the case of a court ordering a juror to consent to Facebook revealing his postings to the court. This is a case that I’ve been following on this blog from the beginning (previous posts can be found here).

The California Supreme Court wants to take a closer look at the Facebook juror case that originated in Sacramento.

In a Feb. 18 letter, the high court’s clerk directs lawyers on both sides of the case to file briefs by next week.

The move makes one expert think the justices might want to conduct a full review of the case and possibly issue a written opinion.

“You wouldn’t order the response unless you thought there was something there, if there was a case there,” said McGeorge School of Law professor Michael Vitiello.

Read more in the Sacramento Bee

h/t, @kashhill

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