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The Jury Expert: Umami, your financial bottom line & your iPad
A new issue of The Jury Expert has just uploaded and you will want to see the work collected there.
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Here’s a three-step teachable model for assessing the accuracy of eyewitness testimony. For law enforcement, attorneys and jurors. One of the trial consultant responses on this piece is from Rita Handrich of Keene Trial.
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