Attorney General Dominic Grieve pleased to see law enforced

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The Attorney General Dominic Grieve has said that while nobody could take pleasure in the jailing of a juror who researched defendant's past convictions online, he was pleased that the law was made clear.

University of Bedfordshire academic Dr Theodora Dallas, 34, told jurors a man on assault charges at Luton Crown Court had previously been accused of rape.

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