A successful timeline can help you can connect with the jury so that they can understand your side of the story. Aside from exhibits and depositions, timelines are the most common strategic evidence used in trial. Even when a case does not require numerous or complex legal graphics, timelines are an excellent way for you to reveal the big picture. … Read More
What’s Your Jurors’ Learning Style?
As our team was preparing for a speaking engagement at a CLE recently, we came across an infographic that was quite insightful. The information within this infographic was not specifically created for the litigation world, but the statistics it provides definitely helps provide insight about potential jurors. Over the past several decades technology has reinvented the way we intake knowledge, … Read More
How Binge-Watching TV Is Changing Your Jurors
Binge-watching TV has become more mainstream than ever, and audiences today expect riveting stories and high-quality visuals. 99% of American homes have at least one TV and the average viewer spends 3½ hours in front of a screen on weekdays, and 4 hours daily on weekends. Today’s online on-demand media services such as Netflix—which allow viewers to watch multiple episodes … Read More