There’s a story here about how a lawyer told his young associate to go to the jury assembly room to take notes about potential jurors. She did so, but court staff recognized her, made her leave, then told the judge.
The judge dismissed the jurors (bet they were sad about that), but refused to order the lawyer to turn her written notes over to the other side.
I just spent a day — a full day — as a potential juror at Dekalb County superior court here in Georgia, and you wear a sticker around that indicates that you’re a juror, so I’m not sure someone could sneak into that room (nor how much they’d learn if they did).
Don’t do this…