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- Doug Keene @ The Jury Room on Narcissism in Gen Y: Is it Increasing or Not? Two opposing perspectives
- @andrewdobg on The Truthiness of Visual Evidence
- @benlee on East Texas Jurors and Patent Litigation
- Danny Wash (@danwash) on How To Present Yourself In Court To Be Optimally Likable and Persuasive
- @amiecpeters on How To Present Yourself In Court To Be Optimally Likable and Persuasive
- Doug Keene @ The Jury Room on Emotions in the courtroom: “Need for affect” in juror decision-making
- NC Journal of Law & Technology on Friend or Foe? Social Media, the Jury and You
- False Confessions: why & how? on “Only the Guilty Would Confess to Crimes” : Understanding the Mystery of False Confessions
by Eryn Newman, Ph.D and Neal Feigenson, J.DPosted on November 5, 2013 | 6 CommentsCan visual evidence result in 'truthiness'? Yes! Find out how it does and how to ameliorate that effect.
by Adam B. Shniderman, M.A.Posted on November 5, 2013 | 2 CommentsNeutralizing negative pretrial publicity…before trial, in voir dire, and during trial.
by Michael J. Bernstein, PhD and Ethan Zell, PhDPosted on November 5, 2013 | No CommentsIs it possible we really do not know our own political leanings?
by Kathy Kellermann, Ph.D.Posted on November 5, 2013 | 2 CommentsExtra-evidentiary ideas, thoughts, and associations make their way into your courtroom and deliberation room. How? Read on.
by Rita R. Handrich, PhDPosted on August 1, 2013 | 1 CommentThe digital version of The Jury Expert has been successful beyond our expectations. That was not always the case. When the print version of The Jury Expert was discontinued in 2007, we had fewer than 500 subscribers. The publication is very different now but what we’ve noticed is that an […]
by Ken Broda-Bahm, Ph.D.Posted on August 1, 2013 | No CommentsThis scenario happens at some point in nearly every voir dire. First, a juror reveals a bias for or against one of the parties. Juror: I just really don’t trust big companies. What with all the media stories and all the scandals, well, I just think that they are in […]
by Merrie Jo Pitera, Ph.DPosted on August 1, 2013 | No CommentsThe Problem Human beings, especially jurors, like to believe they can prevent bad things from happening if they do the right thing. As a result, when something bad occurs, jurors find it comforting to assume, with the benefit of hindsight, that someone did the wrong thing and that they (the […]
by Michelle Ramos-Burkhart, J.D., LLMPosted on May 31, 2013 | 4 CommentsYour financial bottom line, the new global marketplace and the increased cultural diversity in our practices.