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This week, the Ontario Court of Appeal considered a case where a juror Googled information about the case not available in court and then voted to convict the accused. The Court dismissed the accused’s appeal, saying that jurors do not live in a bubble and will inevitably be exposed to some extrinsic information. Frank Addario, who argued the case before the Court of Appeal, discussed the troubling implications of this decision in the Toronto Star.

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