Should guilt or innocence only use information gathered in compliance with the Constitution and approved by the judge? What happens if there are no rules? Should there be exceptions, and if so, are exceptions still a decision in the hands of the judge or can individual jurors make up their own rules about what is useful information to decide guilt or punish? Review the Grading Rubric. Be sure you provide the scriptural, constitutional, and scholarly basis for your positions.Review the Grading Rubric. Provide the scriptural, constitutional, and scholarly basis for your analysis.Submit your answers in a thread by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Friday. Submit your replies to at least 2 classmates by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday.Discussion Board Forums Assistance:How reliable is the internet for factual reports about the people, places, and events that might influence a juror’s decision to convict? Is Facebook or Twitter a valid source to form an opinion about the truthfulness of a witness or the honesty of a victim? Should videos posted on YouTube by or about a police officer serve as a basis for evaluating his/her testimony? Does belonging to a group or “liking” a gun club, animal rights organization, political party, or pro-abortion group worthy of consideration in a search for justice? Are blogs, websites, wikis or search engines like Google unbiased sources of news and information? (CJUS 330)