Cellphones getting the boot from Worc...

Cellphones getting the boot from Worcester courthouse

There are 1 comment on the Worcester Telegram & Gazette story from Apr 9, 2012, titled Cellphones getting the boot from Worcester courthouse. In it, Worcester Telegram & Gazette reports that:

Security concerns have prompted a ban on most cellphones in the Worcester Trial Court complex at 225 Main St.

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Worcester, MA

#1 Apr 12, 2012
Luckily, I do not frequent the courthouse, however, this is very upsetting to me. I've been called for jury duty before and thank goodness I had my cell phone to help get me through the boredom. What about if I brought my Nook? Is that banned too? The world has changed. You're allowed to bring books, but in this day and age, all of my books are electronic. Furthermore, there is nothing I can think of that I would do with my phone/electronic device that would bother or impede on anyone and I'm sick of being treated like I'm irresponsible. Don't put me in that class. If there is someone causing a problem at the courthouse, kick them out!

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