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Juror’s use of Twitter doesn’t equal impropriety (access required)

A former justice of the West Virginia Supreme Court, convicted on 11 criminal counts in a week-long trial, challenged his convictions and sought an evidentiary hearing claiming one of the jurors improperly checked her Twitter account during the trial.  But the ex-justice lacked evidence that the juror actually read any tweets related to the trial, the ...