Social Media in the Courtroom : A New Era for Criminal Justice?

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Social Media in the Courtroom : A New Era for Criminal Justice?

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 206 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9781440830051
  • DDC分類 347.735

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Social media hasn't just changed society-it's changing the way in which criminal law is prosecuted, defended, and adjudicated. This fascinating book explains how.* Examines the criminal justice system from multiple perspectives in order to give fair attention to the successful uses of social media as well as the abuses* Comprehensively covers current issues that have broad, long-term repercussions for the criminal justice system* Provides a convenient overview of all the information related to social media and criminal law in one place* Cites relevant cases and statutes

Table of Contents

Preface                                            xi
Social Media vs. Other Forms of Communication xiii
Introduction xix
Social Media Platforms xxi
Blog xxii
Craigslist xxii
Facebook xxii
Foursquare xxiii
LinkedIn xxiii
Myspace xxiii
Pinterest xxiv
Reddit xxiv
Second Life xxiv
Twitter xxv
YouTube xxv
Social Media Denned and Classified xxv
Part I Individuals 1 (56)
1 Crime Victims 3 (4)
2 Virtual Deputies 7 (6)
Reluctant Virtual Deputies 9 (4)
3 Criminal Defendants 13 (36)
Category I Crimes (Relaying Information) 14 (1)
Online Category I Crimes 15 (16)
Offline Category I Crimes 31 (3)
Category LT Crimes (Gathering Information) 34 (1)
Modern Category II Crimes 34 (1)
Traditional Category II Crimes 35 (1)
Challenges of Preventing and Prosecuting 36 (1)
Social Media Crimes
Criminal Penalties Targeting Social Media 37 (2)
Use
Sentencing Enhancements 39 (1)
Ban 39 (6)
Monitoring 45 (2)
Digital Scarlet Letter 47 (2)
4 Jurors 49 (8)
Juror Communications 49 (3)
Why Jurors Discuss the Case 52 (2)
Limiting or Controlling Juror 54 (3)
Communications
Part II Law Enforcement 57 (26)
5 Community Relations 59 (4)
6 Prevention, Apprehension, and 63 (20)
Investigation
Prevention 63 (1)
Apprehension 64 (2)
Investigation 66 (3)
Fourth Amendment 69 (8)
Fifth Amendment 77 (6)
Part III Attorneys 83 (52)
7 Obtaining Social Media Information 85 (14)
Independent Research 87 (2)
Social Media Users and Providers 89 (2)
Content Information 91 (2)
Noncontent Information 93 (1)
Motion to Quash 94 (2)
Discovery 96 (3)
8 Using Social Media 99 (14)
Inside the Courtroom 99 (6)
Outside the Courtroom 105 (3)
Investigating Jurors 108 (2)
Subpoenaing a Juror's Social Media 110 (3)
Information
9 Ethical Implications of Using and 113 (22)
Obtaining Social Media
On the Job 116 (1)
Witnesses and Jurors 117 (4)
Clients 121 (4)
Friends and the General Public 125 (1)
Advertising 125 (2)
Commentary 127 (3)
Off the Job 130 (5)
Part IV Judges 135 (30)
10 Personal Use and Ethics 137 (8)
General Public 137 (1)
Private Individuals 138 (4)
Independent Research 142 (3)
11 Inside the Courtroom 145 (6)
Regulating Others 145 (6)
12 Admitting Social Media into Evidence 151 (14)
Relevance 152 (2)
Authentication 154 (2)
Access and Control 156 (1)
Distinctive Characteristics 156 (5)
Hearsay 161 (1)
Best Evidence Rule 162 (1)
Character Evidence 163 (2)
Conclusion 165 (4)
Appendix A Sample Preservation Request Letter 169 (2)
(Law Enforcement)
Appendix B Sample Preservation Request Letter 171 (2)
(Defense Counsel)
Appendix C Subpoena Point of Contact 173 (1)
Appendix D Model Instructions 174 (3)
Notes 177 (24)
Index 201