Category Archives: Jury Research
Expert Testimony: Some Science & Some Art to Increase Your Value
You’re an expert witness who wants to add the greatest possible value to your side. (Or you might be the attorney who wants to get the most juror persuasion out of your expert.) You’re in the right place. Jurors taste … Continue reading
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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
One juror’s experience. Excellent read.
Every so often, I see something that a juror has written about his or her experience as a juror, and they are always valuable. Some moreso than others. A man named Gerry Walker in New York City wrote a terrific … Continue reading
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Leveraging Mediations Into Good Settlements
(This is my article published in the June 3, 2013 edition of ‘The Recorder’)
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