Legal Blog Watch has an interesting article about "twittering from the courtroom":
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Last May, we wrote here about Ron Sylvester, the Wichita Eagle reporter who was covering a capital murder trial through a series of Twitter posts -- each capped at 140 characters. At her blog Deliberations, lawyer Anne Reed called Sylvester's work "Twitter journalism." Now, he is at it again. Earlier this week, a judge in Boulder, Colo., dismissed the objections of prosecutors and defense lawyers in a child-abuse case and ruled that Sylvester will be permitted to post from the courtroom to his blog and to Twitter.
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