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Blogs Cited as Reason for Attorney's Change-of-Venue Request

The National Law Journal's Peter Page is reporting that a "Tennessee defense attorney is arguing for a change of venue in a racially charged double murder by citing postings on Internet blogs along with newspaper and television reporting." We may see more arguments like this one but I doubt they will be any more persuasive than the usual arguments citing newspaper and television coverage.

Hat tip to Adjunct Law Prof Blog. [JH]

December 7, 2007 in Blog Law, Litigation in the news | Permalink


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