Courts have interpreted nonverbal and non-textual communications for a long time, but interpreting those types of communications has become a bigger challenge thanks to technology. Emojis and memes and other visuals can communicate one meaning to one set of individuals, and mean something entirely different to those attempting to interpret that communication. Courts today have difficulty understanding the true meaning of some communications.
To better determine the facts in any case, legal teams, and others in the legal profession attempting to interpret communications, must embrace diversity in a few ways:
- Race & Culture
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