In the wake of the Casey Anthony trial, Florida State Representative Scott Randolph and local defense attorney Mark NeJame are introducing a bill that would make it illegal for a juror to seek or accept compensation for information deriving from their jury service until after 270 days.
The crime would be a third-degree felony punishable by $10,000 and up to five years in prison.
While NeJame claims that the law would assure that the jurors are not biased when deliberating, others have called the bill unconstitutional and overly burdensome.
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