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- Revealing Juror Bias Without Biasing Your Juror: Experimental Evidence For Best Practice Survey And Voir Dire Questions on
- Jury Decision-making in Excuse Defense Cases: A Novel Methodological Approach on
Voir Dire & Jury Selection Archive
Revealing Juror Bias Without Biasing Your Juror: Experimental Evidence For Best Practice Survey And Voir Dire Questionsby Mykol C. Hamilton, PhD and Kate Zephyrhawke, MAPosted on December 1, 2015 | 13 CommentsProspective jurors "know" the "right answer" to the questions on whether they can be fair and unbiased. But in this research, two academics show us how traditional voir dire and survey questions pose the question in a way that elicits a drastic under-reporting of individual biases. This article shows how to ask questions to help jurors acknowledge their biases (which we all have) in ways that does not shame them or make them feel like "bad people" for having biases.
by Adam Benforado, J.D.Posted on August 28, 2015 | 1 CommentDo trial consultants spell the end of justice? Or the other way around? Or, perhaps, somewhere in the middle?
by L. Hailey Drescher, M.A.Posted on August 28, 2015 | 1 CommentAn exciting new project at NYU: The Civil Jury Project. Here's a conversation between Steve Susman and Tara Trask about the project.
by Krystia Reed, M.A. and Brian H. Bornstein, Ph.D., MLSPosted on August 28, 2015 | 1 CommentHow should you act differently on joinder when in a civil or criminal trial? Here's research to aid you with two trial consultant reactions.
by Richard GabrielPosted on August 28, 2015 | 6 CommentsWhy peremptory strikes matter and how to use them to improve jury selection.
by Bill GrimesPosted on August 28, 2015 | 2 CommentsWant the latest update on the deception literature? Can we tell who is lying yet?
by Roy Futterman, Ph.D.Posted on May 31, 2015 | 1 CommentYou know jury selection is a strategic encounter but here's a way to increase your odds of success!