"Can juries decide cases remotely? Technically, yes. But some attorneys aren't enthusiastic about the idea. 'I confess I'm a great skeptic,' said San Diego-based Michael Attanasio, who chairs Cooley's litigation department. There are three related problems with virtual juries, according to some attorneys: attention spans, appeals and shutting out lower-income jurors."
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