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We provide Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) on prospective jurors by strategically investigating all available resources. We will help you weed out stealth jurors. Our advanced web/text mining techniques go beyond keywords to locate artifacts and relationships overlooked by the search engines. We search forums, social media sites, online directories, journals, public records, job sites, review sites, business/association websites and many others. We charge a flat rate per juror.
If for any reason you are not satisfied with a report, we will provide a complete refund of that juror’s investigation no questions asked.
Occupation, Employer, Education, Articles, Colleagues, Organizations, Associations, Connections, Civil Records, Bankruptcy filings, Resumes, and Association memberships. We may recover the following additional intelligence from a social media investigation: Posts, comments, tags, links, groups, photographs, check-ins, likes and whether the juror commented about the case or interacted with content related to the case. Even if the prospective juror’s profile is set to private, we may find publicly available information on an open profile or comment section.
It is a good practice for law firms to vet jurors for undisclosed bias prior to trial so as to prevent mistrials or overturned verdicts. However, there are limitations to the practice. We do not engage in web scraping. We do not contact the juror or his/her associates and we do not engage in any form of pretexting. The practice of conducting online research of jurors has grown in popularity in recent years as people publicly share more and more information about themselves often times without realizing their posts are public information.
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