Jurors have witnessed some of the best and worst of corporations and humanity during the pandemic, creating a mess of conflicting sentiments in the jury box.

Jury consultant Dan Wolfe said litigators are taking advantage of those paradoxical ideals by using the same doctrines as their opponents, in a race to see who can trigger jurors’ empathy, rage and sense of duty first.

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