Before you can win a trial, you must first understand your opponents’ strengths and how you could lose. Jury trials are dynamic, complex, and (in many ways) unpredictable. Pre-trial jury research sheds a light on how jurors will perceive the case long before you need to present your arguments in court.
Once we fully understand the nature of the case, we can determine which research format would be most appropriate for your case:
The best time to learn if an argument or witness is effective is BEFORE the trial begins.
“Andrea and George are terrific. Both have assisted me in preparing clients to testify and with jury selection. Before I go to trial, I like to work with Andrea as we develop themes and figure out the best way to structure the case story. She has a talent for simplifying a case and identifying the language and arguments that will resonate with jurors. Not only is working with both of them a pleasure, they have helped me win trials.”NANCY ELLIOTTPartner Merrick Hofstedt Lindsey Seattle, WA