Jury selection may be a little like picking a brain surgeon: All things being equal, the smart thing to do is to get someone who’s done it before.

The impact of prior jury service on juror attitudes is one key revelation of the 1999 National Law Journal/DecisionQuest Juror Outlook Survey, which uncovered many surprising assumptions, attitudes and biases that people bring with them if asked to serve on a jury.

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