December 16, 2014

Darnell Dockett Fake-Tweets Jury Duty

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Ah, Darnell Dockett. This week he began live-tweeting details about jury duty – never a good idea. But, as the internet detectives have pointed out, the pictures in his tweets appear to be fake, which means he was likely just trolling his twitter followers in hopes of a reaction.

It must be mere coincidence, then, that the Florida Supreme Court has issued new jury instructions about the use of smart phones and social media during jury duty.

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