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Trying a white-collar case carries unique challenges, and they begin with selecting a jury. Even now, almost a decade after the financial crisis that affected so much of the American population, many jurors view financial institutions and those who work at them with a certain degree of anger and suspicion. And, when your client is a corporate executive, the pool from which you are selecting jurors may be far from a jury of one’s peers, professionally speaking. Rather, you will be trying your case to a group in which many will not understand the financial transactions at issue, and will not be familiar with the workings of corporations and the role of executives in these corporations.

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