Serving subpoenas the social wayAlternative service is a constitutional due process issue, said Nelson Miller, professor at The Thomas M. Cooley Law School, and judges considering the use of a social media site for such purposes have to balance the state’s interest in enforcing its laws and the private citizen’s interest in having his day in court.
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Published: May 22, 2012
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