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How To Turn Jurors Into Advocates For Your Case

Law360 (February 16, 2018, 8:03 PM EST) -- It may seem like a nightmare scenario for a trial attorney: giving a closing argument and feeling the majority of the jury is going against you. But trial attorneys say that as long as you know there's one juror committed to your case who's been armed with your arguments, a verdict in your favor is no dream.

Lawyers with long records of courtroom victories say that convincing a juror you're right is just a starting point, and that real success comes from using an anthropological eye to find the jurors who are willing and able to go beyond casting a vote...

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