Category Archives: Jury Selection

BIAS & PROSPECTIVE JURORS

I have long been a fan of the website The Jury Expert:  http://www.thejuryexpert.com/  One of the research papers it has published is: “The Ubiquitous Practice of ‘Prehabilitation’ Leads Prospective Jurors to Conceal Their Biases.” authored by Mykol Hamilton, Emily Lindon, … Continue reading

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THE CHALLENGE OF JURY SELECTION

Two of my partners and I start a jury trial in Seattle a week from now. Originally set to start on Monday the trial judge decided the case wouldn’t fit the scheduled time and it was moved to another judge … Continue reading

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THE SPENCE TRIAL COLLEGE REPORT

Well, I made back from the Wyoming trial college. This year’s class was a great group who were motivated to learn. The subject that week was primarily jury selection. We also started direct examination after demonstrating the listening exercise where … Continue reading

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