Recently, the New Jersey Appellate Division ruled that During jury selection, an attorney may utilize his laptop through a wireless connection to google the names of potential jurors. During jury selection, plaintiff's counsel was using his laptop to Google the names of potential jurors. As jury selection progressed, the Judge asked the plaintiff's counsel if he was utilizing his laptop to Google the names of potential jurors. Counsel advised the court that he was indeed doing so. The trial Judge ordered counsel to discontinue Googling the names of the potential jurors as the Judge felt it gave counsel an unfair advantage over defense counsel who did not have a laptop present.


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