Is Facebook corrupting course cases?
In the UK, a juror not only contacted a defendant on Facebook to ask details about the alleged drug offenses but also opened his own public pole to solicit opinion whilst the court case was ongoing.
How can any trial be fair when it is being treated an some game show in a public forum?
To settle the dispute in accordance with law of the land there are courts established in all societies in the world. They have the substantive law as wel as the procedural law. When the matter is in the court all must wait for the final verdict from the forum in whose th e law has vested the jurisdiction to hold the trial and record the evidence, hear the arguments and dicide the matter.
This is expected from all and if still without waiting the decision comments are started before hand. It is neither fair nor reasonable.
No, Facebook is not responsible for corrupting course cases but the users, I think.
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