Kellermann's Kollectionn of Helpful Trial Background Books on:
JURIES & JURY RESEARCH
Last Updated 07/11/06


  1. Aanseng, Nathan. (1997). You Are the Juror. Minneapolis, MN: The Oliver Press.

  2. Abbott, Walter F., Hall, Flora, & Linville, Elizabeth. (1993). Jury Research: A Review and Bibliography. Philadelphia, PA: American Law Institute.

  3. Abramson, Jeffrey. (1995). We the Jury: The Jury System and the Ideal of Democracy. New York: Basic Books.

  4. Adler, Stephen J. (1994). So Say We All: The Ideal & the Reality of American Jury. New York: Random House.

  5. Adler, Stephen, J. (1994). The Jury: Disorder in the Court. New York: Doubleday.

  6. Adler, Stephen J. (1995). Jury: Trial and Error in the American Courtroom. New York: Doubleday.

  7. Alcala, Rodney J. (1994). You, the Jury. Fremont, CA: Buquor Books.

  8. Blue, Lisa, & Saginaw, Jane. (1989). Jury Selection: Strategy & Science. New York: Clark Boardman Callaghan.

  9. Brill, Steven, & McCoy, Karen. (Eds.). (1990). Trial by Jury: The American Way of Justice Today. New York: Simon & Schuster.

  10. Clark, Hunter R. (1997). Why Our Jury System Doesn't Work. ----: Carol Pub.

  11. Cooley, Armanda, Bess, Carrie, & Rubin- Jackson, Marsha (as told to Tom Byrnes with Mike Walker). (1995). Madam Foreman: A Rush to Judgment? Beverly Hills, CA: Dove Books.

  12. Daniels, Stephen, & Martin, Joanne. (1995). Civil Juries and the Politics of Reform. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press.

  13. De Falla, Emily, Heaney, Lois, & Terri Waller. (1984). Capital Trials: Juror Attitudes and Selection Strategies. Oakland, CA: National Jury Project.

  14. Devine, James R. (1991). Non-Jury Case Files on Trial Advocacy. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing.

  15. DiPerna, Paula. (1984). Juries on Trial: Faces of American Justice. New York: Dembner Books.

  16. Ehrenfreund, Norbert, & Treat, Lawrence. (1992). You're the Jury: Solve Twelve Real-Life Court Cases Along With the Juries Who Decided Them. New York: Holt & Co.

  17. Few, J. Kendall. (1993). In Defense of Trial by Jury: Five Hundred Years of Praise for Courthouse Democracy (Volumes 1 & 2). Greenville, SC: American Jury Trial Foundation.

  18. Findlay, M.J., & Duff, P. (1988). The Jury Under Attack. Charlottesville, VA: Michie.

  19. Finkel, Norman J. (1995). Commensense Justice: Jurors' Notions of the Law. Cambridge, MA: Howard University Press.

  20. Forsyth, William. (1994). History of Trial by Jury. Union, ----: Lawbook Exchange, Limited.

  21. Frederick, Jeffrey T. (1987). The Psychology of the American Jury. Charlottesville, VA: Michie.

  22. Fukurai, H., Butler, E. W., & Krooth, R. (1992). Race & the Jury: Racial Disenfranchisement & the Search for Justice. New York: Plenum Pub.

  23. Geller, Laurence H., & Hemenway, Peter. (1997). Last Chance for Justice: The Juror's Lonely Quest. Dallas, TX: NCDS Press.

  24. Gobert, James J. (1997). Justice, Democracy & the Jury. Brookfield, ----: Ashgate Pub. [expected August, 1997]

  25. Guinther, John. (1988). The Jury in America. Washington, D.C.: Roscoe Pound Foundation.

  26. Hans, Valerie P., & Vidmar, Neil. (1986). Judging the Jury. New York: Plenum Press.

  27. Hastie, Reid (Ed.). (1993). Inside the Juror: The Psychology of Juror Decision Making. New York: Cambridge University Press.

  28. Hastie, Reid, Penrod, Steven D., & Pennington, Nancy. (1983). Inside the Jury. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

  29. Jackson, John, & Doran, Sean. (1996). Judge Without Jury: Diplock Trials in the Adversary System. New York: Oxford University Press.

  30. James, J. (1990). The Law, Art, and Science of Selecting a Jury. ----: Shepards/McGraw Hill.

  31. Kalven, Harry, & Zeisel, Hans. (1966). The American Jury. Boston, MA: Little, Brown.

  32. Kassin, Saul M., & Wrightsman, Lawrence S. (1988). The American Jury on Trial: Psychological Perspectives. New York: Hemisphere Pub.

  33. Kennebeck, Edwin. (1973). Juror Number Four: The Trial of Thirteen Black Panthers as Seen From the Jury Box. New York: Norton.

  34. Kennedy, Tracy, & Kennedy, Judith (with Alan Abrahamson). (1995). Mistrial of the Century: A Private Diary of the Jury System on Trial. Beverly Hills, CA: Dove Books.

  35. Knox, Michael (with Mike Walker). (1995). The Private Diary of an O.J. Juror: Behind the Scenes of the Trial of the Century. Beverly Hills, CA: Dove Books.

  36. Krivoshey, Robert M. (Ed.). (1994). Readings in Trial Advocacy and the Social Sciences -- A Four Volume Anthology of Scholarly Articles. Volume 1: Juries: Formation and Behavior. New York: Garland Publishing.

  37. Krivoshey, Robert M. (Ed.). (1994). Readings in Trial Advocacy and the Social Sciences -- A Four Volume Anthology of Scholarly Articles. Volume 2: Opening Statement, Closing Argument, and Persuasion in Trial Advocacy. New York: Garland Publishing.

  38. Krivoshey, Robert M. (Ed.). (1994). Readings in Trial Advocacy and the Social Sciences -- A Four Volume Anthology of Scholarly Articles. Volume 3: Presentation of Evidence to Juries. New York: Garland Publishing.

  39. Krivoshey, Robert M. (Ed.). (1994). Readings in Trial Advocacy and the Social Sciences -- A Four Volume Anthology of Scholarly Articles. Volume 4: Instructions, Verdicts, and Judicial Behavior. New York: Garland Publishing.

  40. Lehman, Godfrey D. (1997). We the Jury: The Impact of Jurors on Our Basic Freedoms. Amherst, MA: Prometheus Books.

  41. Lesly, Mark (with Charles Shuttleworth). (1988). Subway Gunman: A Juror's Account of the Bernhard Goetz Trial. Latham, NY: British American Pub.

  42. Lesser, Maximus A. (1992). The Historical Development of the Jury System. Buffalo, NY: William S. Hein & Co.

  43. Litan, Robert E. (Ed.). (1993). Verdict: Assessing the Civil Jury System. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution.

  44. McCabe, Sarah. (1974). The Shadow Jury at Work: An Account of a Series of Deliberations and Verdicts Where "Shadow" Juries Were Present During Actual Trials. Oxford, --: Blackwell for the Oxford University Penal Research Unit.

  45. Mersky, Roy M., & Jacobstein, J. Myron. (1996). Jury Size: Articles & Bibliography from the Literature of Law & the Social & Behavioral Sciences. Littleton, CO: Fred B. Rothman.

  46. Moller, Erik. (1996). Trends in Civil Jury Verdicts Since 1985. Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation.

  47. Munsterman, Janice, Munsterman, Thomas, & Penrod, Steven. (1990). Comparison of the Performance of Eight- & Twelve-Person Juries. Williamsburg. VA: National Center for State Courts.

  48. Munsterman, Janice, Penrod, Steven, Lynch, Brian, & Munsterman, Thomas. (1991). Relationship of Juror Fees & Terms of Service to Jury System Performance. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts.

  49. Munsterman, Thomas, Hannaford, Paula L., & Whitehead, G. Marc. (Eds.). (1996). Jury Trial Innovations. Williston, --: National Center for State Courts.

  50. Ontario Law Reform Commission. (1996). Report on the Use of Jury Trials in Civil Cases. Toronto, Canada: The Commission.

  51. Osborn, Albert S., & Wigmore, John H. (1982). The Mind of the Juror As Judge of the Facts or the Layman's View of the Law. Littleton, CO: Fred B. Rothman.

  52. Parker, L. Craig. (1980). Legal Psychology, Eyewitness Testimony, Jury Behavior. ----: Charles C. Thomas Pub.

  53. Roth, M. Patricia. (1986). The Juror and the General. New York: Morrow.

  54. Saks, Michael J. (1977). Jury Verdicts. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

  55. Selvin, Molly, & Picus, Larry. (1987). The Debate over Jury Performance: Observations from a Recent Asbestos Case. Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation.

  56. Shannon, James. (1988). Texaco and the $10 Billion Jury. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

  57. Stanley, Jacqueline D. (1996). Jurors' Rights: Everything You Need to Know Before You Go to Jury Duty. Clearwater, FL: Sphinx Pub.

  58. Thornton, Hazel (with commentaries by Lawrence S. Wrightsman & Amy J. Posey, and by Alan W. Scheflin). (1995). Hung Jury: The Diary of a Menendez Juror. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

  59. Timothy, Mary. (1975). Jury Woman: The Story of the Trial of Angela Y. Davis -- Written By a Member of the Jury. San Francisco, CA: Glide/Emty Press.

  60. Vidmar, Neil. (1995). Medical Malpractice and the American Jury: Confronting the Myths About Jury Incompetence, Deep Pockets, and Outrageous Damage Awards. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.

  61. Villaseñor, Victor. (1977). Jury: The People vs. Juan Corona. New York: Dell.

  62. Von Moschzisker, Robert. (1995). Trial by Jury. Buffalo, NY: William S. Hein.

  63. Wenke, Robert A. (1989). The Art of Selecting a Jury (2nd ed.). Springfield, ----: Charles C. Thomas Pub.

  64. Wilcox, Henry S. (1985). Frailties of the Jury. Littleton, CO: Fred B. Rothman.

  65. Wishman, Seymour. (1986). Anatomy of a Jury. New York: Penguin Books.

  66. Worthington, George. (1995). An Inquiry into the Power of Juries to Decide Incidentally on Questions of Law. Littleton, CO: Fred B. Rothman. [reprint]

  67. Wrightsman, Lawrence S., Kassin, Saul M., & Willis, Cynthia E. (Eds.). (1987). In the Jury Box: Controversies in the Courtroom. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  68. Zerman, Melvyn Bernard. (1977). Call the Final Witness: The People v. Darrell R. Mathes as Seen by the Eleventh Juror. New York: Harper & Row.

  69. Zerman, Melvyn B. (1981). Beyond a Reasonable Doubt: Inside the American Jury System. New York: HarperCollins Children's Books.

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