Tweet you in court

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  • "...in an age when fewer and fewer reporters are actually able to physically make it to the Courts, traditional media – and perhaps even the public – may want a version of accounts from both sides." ''
    That statement is prescient in light of the cuts in court reporters at major newspapers and the lack of depth and breadth of experience of media covering a case. An entire industry could develop around this need, just as it did around jury consultants. Paid Tweeters in the courtroom.

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