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OOPS, HOW DO YOU MAKE CHLOROFORM, ANYWAY?

March 6, 2017 // Ask Amy // No Comments

OOPS, HOW DO YOU MAKE CHLOROFORM, ANYWAY? By: Amy Singer, PhD., Kristina Denius, JD. & Dan Reyes  March 6, 2017 It has been five and a half years since a jury found Casey Anthony not guilty of first-degree murder in […]

POLICE SHOOTINGS ARE NOT BLACK AND WHITE

December 6, 2016 // Uncategorized // One Comment

BY AMY SINGER, PH.D, AND KRISTINA DENIUS, JD The Walter Scott Shooting Trial:  A Trial Consultant’s Observations Case Facts: On April 15, 2015, Walter Scott, a 50-year-old unarmed black man, was pulled over by a white police officer, Michael Slager, […]

The Curious Case of Philando Castile and the Little Voice in the Backseat

August 30, 2016 // Uncategorized // No Comments

August 30, 2016 One of the more disturbing aspects of this case is the presence of the four year old child in the backseat of the vehicle being driven by Mr. Castile. This child, whose mother Diamond Reynolds was in the front […]

The Curious Case of Philando Castile: A Trial Consultants Perspective

July 27, 2016 // Social Media // No Comments

The Curious Case of Philando Castile: A Trial Consultant’s Perspective   And so it begins again.  Come with me on a journey, winding through the curious case of Philando Castileviewed through the eyes of a Trial Consultant. How will this case meander its way through the court […]

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. […]

Leveraging Social Media for Litigation Psychology

November 10, 2015 // Law, News and Views, Social Media // No Comments

November 10, 2015 By Amy Singer, Ph.D. and  Kemberlee Bonnet Social media is allowing researchers the chance to study human behavior in a new context, as users are freely revealing more and more information about themselves at both the individual […]

Social media delayed: a case of life and death

September 30, 2014 // Law, Social Media // No Comments

By Jo-Ellan Dimitrius, Ph.D., Amy Singer, Ph.D. and Diana Greninger Jury selection for Jodi Arias sentencing phase began this Monday in Arizona.  Given this case’s publicity, social media has once again come into question.  As citizens, we must ask ourselves, […]

Technology and public sentiment: How to create the most effective demonstrative aids

January 14, 2014 // Law // No Comments

By Amy Singer, Ph.D. and Diana Greninger and Kemberlee Bonnet   Technology has certainly made its advances in the courtroom over the past couple of years. Among other things, it provides a means for the retrieval and analysis of numerous […]

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 […]

Using social networking during voir dire

October 29, 2013 // Law, Social Media // No Comments

By Amy Singer, Ph.D., Diana Greninger and Kemberlee Bonnet It is becoming widely apparent that on social networking sites, people are open to sharing unguarded thoughts, attitudes and sentiment about any given topic. It is almost as if social media […]