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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...

Jury Diversity and its Impact on Case Outcomes

Jury diversity has been an often-discussed problem in many legal cases for decades. Prior to the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s, jury diversity did not exist. Juries were almost entirely composed of white Christian males. Racial minorities, women, and...

Best Voir Dire Questions

Having the best voir dire questions goes a long way to ensuring higher verdicts. By employing the best voir dire questions, you reward yourself and your client with the most advantageous jury possible. The more advantageous the jury is, the better your chances of...