New Payday Loans New Payday Loans
Subscribe

Tag Archives // jury

Need a Clear Roadmap for Successful Trial Strategy?

January 13, 2016 // Law, News and Views // No Comments

January 13, 2016 By Amy Singer, Ph.D., and Kemberlee Bonnet, M.A. Part 1 Have you ever conducted a Decision Navigation® research study? It’s an excellent tool that allows researchers to plan a very detailed decision tree for successful litigation strategy. [...]

Applied Kabbalah: 10 Sacred Attributes to Integrate into Litigation – Part Four: Kindness

November 3, 2015 // News and Views // No Comments

November 2, 2015 By Amy Singer, Ph.D. and Kemberlee Bonnet  In our prior article we discussed the sacred attribute of Chokmah, which translates to “wisdom” (Applied Kabbalah: 10 sacred attributes to integrate into litigation – Part three: Wisdom, June 17, 2015), [...]

Applied Kabbalah: 10 sacred attributes to integrate into litigation – Part three: Wisdom

June 17, 2015 // Law // No Comments

By Amy Singer, Ph.D., Diana Greninger and Kemberlee Bonnet In our most recent article we discussed the sacred attribute of Binah, (Applied Kabbalah: 10 sacred attributes to integrate into litigation – Part two: Understanding, May 5, 2015) which translates to [...]

Cuing Positive Memory Recall With Jurors

June 17, 2014 // Law // No Comments

By Amy Singer, Ph.D. Hypnotists, behavioral modification counselors, specialists in neurolinguistic programming, and similar professionals are knowledgeable about, and employ, various highly powerful psychological techniques to convince, persuade, and influence others. Some of these techniques are directly applicable for use [...]

Latent Injury Trial Strategies

December 3, 2013 // Law // No Comments

By Amy Singer, Ph.D., Diana Greninger and Kemberlee Bonnet Automobile collisions often involve latent onset symptoms that manifest weeks, months, even years following a collision. Causation of latent onset symptoms is often difficult for the plaintiff to prove. It is [...]

Leveraging social media for trial strategies

November 5, 2013 // Law, Social Media // No Comments

By Amy Singer, Ph.D., Diana Greninger and Kemberlee Bonnet In last week’s article (Using social networking during voir dire, October 22, 2013), we described how people’s social network information is useful in jury de-selection. Online social networking sites are now [...]

Ask Amy – What are some of your suggestions for dealing with cases involving soft tissue injuries?

October 24, 2013 // Ask Amy, Law // 4 Comments

The main issue in cases involving soft tissue injuries for plaintiffs is the question of permanency. It becomes a stumbling block because jurors are suspicious of these types of injuries and many have soft tissue injuries themselves.  The strategy is [...]

Ask Amy – What are the kinds of things that make for an effective voir dire? Ineffective?

October 17, 2013 // Ask Amy, Law // No Comments

  Effective voir dire is about open ended questions to get to know the person and create a conversation. There is a balance in trial between opening and closing statements, direct and cross examinations of your expert, and finally, voir [...]

More can be Revealed: The Benefit of Follow-up Questions in Voir Dire

October 15, 2013 // Law // No Comments

By Amy Singer, Ph.D., Diana Greninger and Kemberlee Bonnet Voir dire, or jury selection, is one of the most important parts of a trial. It requires careful, well-planned questioning. However, there are more factors to consider for voir dire than [...]

How to persuade jurors in a complex case

August 29, 2013 // Law // No Comments

By Amy Singer, Ph.D. and Diana Greninger Our American system of justice is the only system in the world that allows for a guaranteed right: to be judged by a jury of one’s peers. But what if your peers simply [...]