Monthly Archives: July 2014
Questions from Jurors are GOOD, Period.
There’s a story in the July 21 online edition of the Boston Globe about a trial in which jurors have asked 281 questions, and in my opinion, the piece skews rather negatively about the whole practice of allowing jurors to ask … Continue reading
Posted in Jury Psychology & Dynamics, Jury Research, Trial, Writings Tagged communication, jury, trial 3 Comments
Summer Book Recommendation for Civil and Criminal Litigators: “Acquittal” by Richard Gabriel
‘Acquittal: An Insider Reveals the Stories And Strategies Behind Today’s Most Infamous Verdicts’ by trial consultant Richard Gabriel is a great summer read which I recommend to all attorneys who try cases – even civil litigators.
Posted in Jury Persuasion, Jury Psychology & Dynamics, Jury Selection, Trial, Writings Tagged communication, jury, jury selection, language, Lawyer, trial consultant, trial consulting 7 Comments