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Jury Analyst Blogs

The Impact of Juror Biases

Every law student learns about Batson v. Kentucky, the landmark 1986 U.S. Supreme Court case that held that a prosecutor cannot strike potential jurors based on race in a criminal trial.  That principle was later extended to civil litigation, with the Supreme Court...

Supplemental Jury Questionnaire (SJQ) George Floyd Case

  Like previously discussed in our blog, supplemental juror questionnaires (SJQs) are essential to getting the best possible jury and, in turn, winning your case. With COVID-19 continuing to ravage the United States, SJQs are becoming more widely used and...

Social Media in Jury Selection: Good or Bad?

Human interaction and socializing was completely transformed in the early 2000s when social media platforms began to gain popularity. In 2005, only 5% of the US adult population used social media, 15 years later that number is now around 80%.(1) Social media has gone...