Legal TV shows, films and books saturate popular culture -- think "Law & Order" and "A Civil Action." These products are making an impact on jurors' expectations and the way juries interpret cases, according to several attorneys, jury consultants and law professors. So, how can attorneys use pop culture's impact to develop their cases?
Courtroom Life Imitates Art
The National Law Journal
July 22, 2002
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