February 01, 2012

Communicating With Your Jury

Ronald L. Burdge
  • If you don’t learn about your potential jurors, you’ll seat the wrong ones.
  • Make your trial theme appealing, simple, and fitting the evidence.

Your communication with a jury starts before you speak. From the moment you are in the same room—in fact when you are walking down the hallway on your way to the courtroom—the jury pool is inspecting your every physical aspect: your clothing, hair, demeanor, face, attitude, gait, style—everything.

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