Present both sides of your case to the jury. You can submit a written statement of the case, or make an audio or video presentation. Include exhibits and "instruct the jury" just as you would at trial.
Prepare questions for the jury to answer. Ask "Verdict Questions" like the ones you plan to submit at trial and "Feedback Questions" to get juror's impressions and reactions to your case.
Our detailed reports break down each juror's answers to your questions and let you analyze these responses across a broad range of demographic information about each juror.
"The program is truly powerful. I always think the value of the mock jury feedback is in the narrative answers and discussion -- and our on-line session with TrialJuries was no exception. The responses suggest numerous approaches that lawyers (i.e, yours truly) have a hard time discerning."Thomas Schroyer, partner Moss & Barnett LLP Minneapolis, Minnesota
TrialJuries is a web-based "mock jury" system. We let you "test drive" your case before jurors from the venue in which your case is pending. Try out your arguments and evidence and receive detailed information about the jurors' reactions to your case.
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