Lincoln the lawyer could tell a story. The story of the case must be told well, just like the unfolding of a movie or book.
From Issue: 2018 August
The “devil’s advocate” technique can overcome barriers to persuasion
From Issue: 2017 November
How do you convince jurors who are living paycheck to paycheck to sympathize with the yacht owner who got a “lemon”?
From Issue: 2011 August
Following some simple steps will allow you to conduct voir dire effectively, even if you’re under strict time limits
From Issue: 2008 October
The quest for understanding and common ground is not easy; jurors may harbor strong feelings about bicycles sharing the road with cars
From Issue: 2016 July