Flango, V. E. (1980). Would jurors do a better job if they could take notes? Judicature, 63, 436-443.
100% of jurors given the opportunity to take notes did so and generally reported their case to be less difficult than jurors not allowed to do so. On average, jurors took 13 pages of notes. Anecdotal evidence that note-taking jurors were more participative and influential.