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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.
Two trial consultants tell you how to throw a ‘spice bomb’ at negative pretrial publicity.
What is your obligation when it comes to social media research of prospective jurors or witnesses? What do you need to avoid in the process?
Used to be that we thought of ‘cultural competency’ as a “nice and politically correct thing”. Not any more. Now being culturally competent is essential to your financial bottom line.
The Jury Expert is increasingly popular–with hackers as well as bona fide readers. And that is expensive. Help us out?
Ever had a witness who was not just scared but rather was truly terrified? Here’s what you need to do.
Directly telling a witness they can say they don’t know if the suspect is in the lineup improves their accuracy in identification.
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.
Love your iPad? You’ll love it a lot more when you’ve read through these strategies for improving your work and personal lives. There’s an app for that!