A member of the jury from the Brooklyn-based trial of Sinaloa Cartel leader Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán told Vice News that while jurors initially stuck to the judge's orders to refrain from speaking about the case or following it on the news or social media, curiosity eventually got the better of some. The juror said they would whisper with each other about the next steps of the case after leaving the courthouse and followed what reporters were tweeting. Guzmán was found guilty last week on 10 counts that included narcotics trafficking. "The jury clearly ignored the judge's daily admonitions against not only looking at the press but also had inappropriate communications with each other," his attorney, Jeffrey Lichtman, told Reuters. "We're researching the issue now and will make any appropriate motions for relief."

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