How To Avert Media Narrative And Get A Fair High-Stakes Trial

By Jessie Zeigler (July 2, 2021, 10:37 AM EDT) -- Our court system is intended to be a place where justice is served. But as technology has expanded and with a 24-hour news cycle seemingly here to stay, it can be difficult for a corporate defendant to find justice in our courtrooms when its industry as a whole is portrayed as a villain in the media.

For example, regardless of whether the defendants in the infamous "Varsity Blues" college admissions bribery cases were guilty or not, their attorneys faced an uphill battle as the widely publicized scandal led to massive press coverage with negative sentiment toward their clients.

Another recent example...

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