answers to questions about trying cases

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OJRU Trial advocacy and jury research blog on litigation persuasion

JUROR

voir dire · characteristics · race · gender

JURY

decision-making · judicial instruction

PERSON

judge · attorney · witness · expert · litigant

CASE

case type · civil issues · criminal issues

PERSUASION

strategies · graphics · language

The OJRU is a legal persuasion, jury research and trial advocacy blog of social science research that offers practical answers to questions about trying cases.

Posts discuss bias, hearsay, objections, emotion, deliberations, instructions, doubt, damages, publicity, liability, voir dire, gender, race, persuasion, experts, jurors, judges and more.

Blog posts are organized by topic to facilitate finding specific subject matter. The complete topical organization can be accessed any time at the top of this page.

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