Juries

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Advocacy

Your body language during trial can be just as important as what you say

Constitutional Law

State supreme court upholds prosecutor juror ratings that began with ‘gut reaction’ and ‘B’ label

Juries

Judge upholds verdict though juror said she didn’t remember deliberations had ended

Storytelling

Lawyer storytellers break free from the clock to deliver persuasive arguments

Criminal Justice

Lawyer attributes his dozing at trial to cold medicine; 11 jurors said they noticed

Criminal Justice

Murder conviction is overturned because of judge’s plumber remarks

Trials & Litigation

TV ad tells viewers about banned information in tort trials; civil defense bar claims tampering

Medical Malpractice

You can’t always rely on physician testimony in malpractice cases, says doc who admits he lied

Constitutional Law

Illinois law reducing civil juries to six people is unconstitutional, state’s top court rules

National Pulse

Professor says data mining can improve jury selection

Storytelling

Don’t underestimate the value of comedy in the courtroom

Juries

Judge refuses for-cause challenge to potential juror wearing Confederate flag T-shirt

Legal Ethics

Tim Kaine article struggled with ethics of striking jurors based on race, acknowledged he did it

Criminal Justice

Criminal trials have become so scarce that federal judge had only one in his 4 years on the bench

Evidence

Slow-motion videos of a crime can cause jurors to view wrongdoing as intentional, study finds

ABA Annual Meeting

ABA House adopts measures intended to fight bias in schools and on juries

Legal Ethics

Judge agrees to suspension for Facebook comments, says he doesn’t believe prosecutor is a racist

Supreme Court Report

Juror strikes in capital murder case were based on race, SCOTUS rules

Storytelling

What ‘Hamilton’ teaches lawyers about framing a story

Sentencing/Post Conviction

Lawyer making routine list discovered law-firm partner didn’t have law license; she gets prison time
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