Pollster Graves apologizes in Federal Court case for eavesdropping on Twitter after told to leave courtroom

Ekos pollster Frank Graves apologized in Federal Court on Friday for using Twitter to eavesdrop on what was being said about him after he was excused from a courtroom earlier this week while a judge spoke to the Conservative Party lawyer during a legal challenge over fraud allegations in the 2011 general election.

Ekos pollster Frank Graves, left, and Conservative Party lawyer Arthur Hamilton. The Hill Times photographs by Jake Wright

By Tim Naumetz

PUBLISHED : Friday, Dec. 14, 2012 3:38 PM

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