WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — A 24-year-old Florida man faces contempt of court charges for posting comments on Facebook while serving as a juror.... But, Smith said, Sutton’s comments went well beyond whining. “In addition to expressing general disdain about jury service, he made very specific comments about the case itself,” said Smith, who ultimately won $3,929 for a woman who was injured in a 2010 car crash. “The comments made it clear that he couldn’t be and never was fair and impartial.” It appears the comments weren’t the only reason Cox treated Sutton harshly. In his order, Cox said that when questioned under oath about whether he had posted comments about the trial on Facebook, Sutton lied. By then, Cox was holding printouts of what the juror had written. http://www.wpxi.com/news/news/national/juror-removed-in-handcuffs-faces-contempt-ov/ngB3f/ the link describes several cases w. jurors doing the same, despite Judge's instructions NOT to post about the case or being on the jury DURING the TRIAL. What is wrong w. people? ETA: Like tlcya said in post 2, if you do anything, post about it. Oh, yeah, then lie about it................ denying posting it.