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This guide will help you understand effective voir dire and jury selection strategies and adapt them to the circumstances you face in your trial jurisdiction.
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Dr. Jeff Frederick is the Director of the Jury Research Services Division of the National Legal Research Group, Inc., in Charlottesville, Virginia. He received his Masters (1979) and Ph.D. (1980) in Social Psychology from North Carolina State University. He is a past member of the Board of Directors of the American Society of Trial Consultants (ASTC) and is currently Chair of the Jury Selection Professional Standards and Practice Guidelines Sub-committee for ASTC. He is one of the nation¿s most experienced jury research service providers, with more than 30 years of experience in assisting attorneys. He has conducted extensive jury research in hundreds of civil and criminal cases, in which he has assisted defense and plaintiff¿s attorneys, federal and state prosecutors, and criminal defense attorneys.
He has assisted criminal defense attorneys in such cases as North Carolina v. Joan Little, United States v. Shawn Breeden et al., United States v. Aaron Haynes, United States v. Coleman Johnson, and United States v. Christopher Wills. He has assisted prosecutors in a number of criminal prosecutions, including State of Connecticut v. Michael Skakel (Kennedy cousin charged in 25 year old murder of Martha Moxley); United States v. Exxon Corporation et al. (The criminal prosecution arising out of the grounding of the oil tanker, Exxon Valdez); and United States v. Oliver North and United States v. Admiral John Poindexter (Iran-Contra trials), among others. He recently assisted the plaintiffs in Jessica Grigg v Wintergreen Partners et al. ($8.3 million verdict) and Gilbert Goldman M.D et al. v. ClearVision Laser Centers et al. ($2.325 million verdict).
He is a nationally recognized speaker and author in the area of jury trials. He has written extensively on the topic of jury trials and trial advocacy. In addition to Mastering Voir Dire and Jury Selection, he also authored The Psychology of the American Jury (LEXIS Law Publishing 1987). Dr.He can be reached by email at email@example.com, or by phone at (434) 817-6574, ext.114.Review:
"gives the soundest advice that a practicing lawyer can buy at any price. Legally astute, clinically adept, and scientifically rock-solid" -- John Monahan, Ph.D., Henry L. and Grace Doherty Charitable Foundation Professor of Law, Professor of Psychology & Legal Medicine, School of Law, University of Virginia
...gives the soundest advice... Legally astute, clinically adept,and scientifically rock-solid... -- John Monahan, Ph.D., Henry L. and Grace Doherty Charitable Foundation Professor of Law, Professor of Psychology & Legal Medicine, School of Law, University of Virginia
...is an essential reference book that should be in the library of every litigator and jury consultant. -- Margorie Fargo, MA, Jury Services of the Capital Area
...is extraordinarily useful and usable...a necessary primer for novices and simultaneously an advanced manual for the most experienced. -- David A. Ball, Ph.D., President, JuryWatch, Inc.
...shows lawyers how to voir dire a jury without wasting time, making the jurors mad, or irritating the judge. -- John W. Keker, Esquire, Keker & Van Nest
...the best book I have read on what may be the most critical part of every jury trial--voir dire. -- James W. Quinn, Esquire, Weil, Gotshal & Manges
A master teacher lays it all out in this revised, updated edition of this groundbreaking text. -- Andrew M. Sheldon, J.D., Ph.D., Past President, American Society of Trial Consultants, SheldonSinrich
A must read... Great examples and useful check lists. -- C. Barry Montgomery, Esquire, Williams, Montgomery & John Ltd.
Mastering Voir Dire and Jury Selection is filled with practical and cogent advice for questioning and selecting jurors... -- Robert J. Grey Jr., Esquire, Past President, American Bar Association, Hunton & Williams
This is a must book for lawyers...offers valuable insights into preparation for and execution of an effective voir dire. -- Stephen A. Saltzburg, Wallace and Beverley Woodbury University Professor,George Washington University Law School
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Book Description American Bar Association, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111590314344
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