Sunday, January 3, 2010

eJurors is reporting on the federal eJuror project, a $2million dollar effort to facilitate selection and processsing of prospective jurors online.  This is an obvious next step in what is increasingly a digitally-driven information justice system.  Primarily the eJuror project is about the composition and updating of jury lists with an overall savings of $400,000 annually for postal costs for each court adopting the system.  As a former trial attorney I can envision detailed juror voire dire questionaires being handled through this system.  Very interesting stuff!

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