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Tweeting to be allowed from South Australian courtrooms - Lawyers and journalists will be allowed to tweet from court under new Supreme #Court rules in South Australia. They will be able to use electronic devices in court to take notes, send messages and emails and conduct research | ABC News

Tweeting to be allowed from South Australian courtrooms - Lawyers and journalists will be allowed to tweet from court under new Supreme #Court rules in South Australia. They will be able to use electronic devices in court to take notes, send messages and emails and conduct research | ABC News

8 Dumb #Criminals Caught Through #Facebook | Mashable

8 Dumb Criminals Caught Through Facebook

Judicial College of Victoria #jury directions – sample instructions for #judges to warn jurors against conducting their own research, & to make decisions based solely on the #evidence presented in #court | Judicial College of Victoria

Judicial College of Victoria #jury directions – sample instructions for #judges to warn jurors against conducting their own research, & to make decisions based solely on the #evidence presented in #court | Judicial College of Victoria

Facebook becoming key to catching crims  - POLICE have another tool when fighting crime now - #Facebook. Bendigo police have been asking followers of their Eyewatch - Bendigo #Police Service Area Facebook page for help in identifying suspected #offenders | Bendigo Advertiser

Facebook becoming key to catching crims - POLICE have another tool when fighting crime now - #Facebook. Bendigo police have been asking followers of their Eyewatch - Bendigo #Police Service Area Facebook page for help in identifying suspected #offenders | Bendigo Advertiser

Twitter trolls spark rise in internet crime for police  The growing menace of #Twitter #trolls has helped fuel a sharp rise in online #abuse cases being investigated by police, Scotland Yard has revealed | The Telegraph

Twitter trolls spark rise in internet crime for police

Twitter trolls spark rise in internet crime for police The growing menace of #Twitter #trolls has helped fuel a sharp rise in online #abuse cases being investigated by police, Scotland Yard has revealed | The Telegraph

Unlocking the law: the future of access to justice | Victoria Legal Aid

Unlocking the law: the future of access to justice | Victoria Legal Aid

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