When it comes to jury presentation, blind optimism and a ton of hours do not substitute for a pilot presentation, followed by feedback, followed by improvement.
I will never forget the first time I used a practice jury. It was a white collar felony defense matter. Because of a nagging doubt about how the jury might react, I presented the case to a practice jury and lost. As a result, I changed my presentation, and won the real criminal trial.
As the engineers say, a feedback loop is what makes a process work. However, many trial presentations are put forth with no validation effort. I invite you to download a free memorandum that can help you improve your jury presentations.
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