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Insights to Persuade. Imagination to Visualize. Ingenuity to Present.
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Join seasoned expert John Wilinski M.A. from Litigation Insights on jury attitude and decision-making us for a discussion of how jurors reach their conclusions and how the generation in which they were born can affect how they perceive your case. http://bit.ly/2lSoxKz

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Color can evoke an emotion, create a negative or positive impression in a juror’s mind, help focus the narrative and clarify a position.  It’s important to note that there is no such thing as a bad color – only the misuse of a color in certain situations. Because the colors used in trial graphics vary greatly, this blog dives into the psychology behind colors and how, when, and why certain colors are used. http://bit.ly/2fSxsX9

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As every attorney knows, it is possible to conduct your own witness preparation.  But it’s also possible to change your own oil or to raise your own cattle.  Sometimes it pays to go to a specialist. http://bit.ly/2fRH5aK

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Why Should I use a Consultant for Witness Preparation? http://bit.ly/2fzm0ic

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Between time and money saved and high scheduling and location flexibility, calling a witness by Skype is a convenient and effective way to handle testimony.  We offer considerations and tips to keep in mind while you take advantage of this wonderful technological advancement. http://bit.ly/2eGLTfE

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“You don’t actually ask that question in voir dire do you?  You have to tie that to some piece of demographic information, right?” This is a common question we get from attorneys concerning voir dire. Consultant Alyssa Tedder-King explains why there are often reasons to ask questions that, at first, might not seem like an obvious voir dire question and are intentionally not tied to demographics.
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“You don’t actually ask that question in voir dire do you? You have to tie that to some piece of demographic information, right?” This is a common question we get from attorneys concerning voir dire. Consultant Alyssa Tedder-King explains why there are often reasons to ask questions that, at first, might not seem like an obvious voir dire question and are intentionally not tied to demographics. http://bit.ly/2cCTf6L

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