Recently, I was selected to serve as juror in a criminal case. Despite my surprise and initial trepidation (I had work waiting for me back at the office), serving as a juror proved to be a terrific learning experience. While serving as a juror in a criminal case, this civil trial attorney learned, from how I felt as well as through my observations of the other jurors, the following seven important things about trying a case that I may not have otherwise appreciated.
Seven Things a Civil Trial Attorney Learned While Serving as a Juror
The Legal Intelligencer
March 4, 2013
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