The parties have jointly submitted a proposed jury questionnaire in SONY BMG Music Entertainment v. Tenenbaum.
Joint proposed jury questionnaire
[Ed. note. It seems to me that both legal teams have a greatly inflated sense of their own importance, a distorted view of how the trial will be conducted, and little practical experience. I'm expecting a no-nonsense trial, with no baloney in it about all the other people who allegedly infringed plaintiffs' copyrights, or all of the unfairness of the RIAA's lawsuits, or anybody's theories about the internet, or 'burning' or 'ripping'. I'm expecting a simple trial presided over by a stern, no-nonsense judge, about whether this defendant infringed certain copyrights. I'm predicting that nothing resembling this questionnaire will be used. Judge Gertner will probably provide a much more normal and much simper version, or use the Court's standard version if it has one.-R.B.]
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