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What makes a good Case Summary

If you’re planning a mock jury/ focus group big data research study, the first thing you need to do is sit down and prepare a “case summary” for each of your four or six key issues that will be addressed in the focus group. In today’s podcast,...

AI in Jury Selection

The Sixth Amendment of the United States Bill of Rights guarantees defendants certain rights, an important one being the right to a fair and impartial jury. Despite this, it’s extremely challenging for any juror or potential juror to avoid possible sources of bias...

Saving the World One Case at a Time

Saving The World One Case at a Time Kenneth Foard McCallion a Former DOJ/NY State Prosecutor and still top civil litigation attorney discusses his newest book with another world-class attorney John Uustal, our show host. Listen to some of the behind-the-scenes...

Morgan & Morgan Specialist – Jason Leonard

Listen on Apple Podcasts Listen on Google Podcasts Listen on Amazon Music Listen on Spotify We caught up with Jason Leonard trial lawyer during a sizeable Premises Liability Case. Jason has been known to parachute in at the last moment and get the best result for his...
Representative Juries – Jury Selection

Representative Juries – Jury Selection

On March 16, 2020, the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic first began to affect court proceedings, when a New York judge declared a mistrial in the case of a doctor accused of sexual abuse after the defense attorney arrived at court with COVID-like symptoms. Later the...

Focus Group Samples Are Not All Created Equal

As previously discussed online focus groups can play a major role in whether or not you will win your case. Of course, attorney skill and the strength of a case are of great importance, focus groups can help drive new attorneys and even weak cases to a win if used...

Eyewitness Testimony- misinformation

This is the second in a series of posts about memories of eyewitness testimony. The previous post described how memories are formed and remembered, and now we’ll talk about how memories decay can be distorted and manipulated. The final post will give some suggestions...

Eye Witness Testimony

Eye Witness How much do you trust eyewitness testimony?https://t.co/DbsrZEmrY1 — Jury Analyst (@JuryAnalyst) April 1, 2022   This is the first in a series of posts about memories of eyewitness testimony. This post describes how memories are formed and...