Category Archives: Jury

EVALUATING OUR PROCEDURES FOR DETERMINING JUROR IMPARTIALITY

We’re in Arizona enjoying  the sun and I’ve been too lazy to write a blog. But because I’m late in publishing my regular blog, I’m going to share an article I wrote for our state trial judges. I was invited … Continue reading

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CONDUCTING FOCUS GROUP STUDIES CORRECTLY

One year ago, in January 2016, I wrote about correctly conducting focus groups. http://plaintifftriallawyertips.com/how-to-do-focus-studies-for-your-cases-correctly I recommended an article from Trial Magazine by attorneys Philip H Miller and Paul J sculptor. Over my fifty years as a trial lawyer I have been involved … Continue reading

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DEALING WITH COMMONLY HELD JUROR BIAS IN JURY SELECTION

People and jurors have commonly held beliefs that are in conflict with our issues in our cases. After decades of the national Chamber  of Commerce, big business and insurance industry propaganda against tort litigation and plaintiff trial attorneys, we can … Continue reading

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