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Using Demonstrative Evidence In Employment Trials

Law360 (May 7, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- It is easy to complain about jurors.

Fully half of the lawyers in any trial end up complaining about the jurors after the verdict is returned.

While complaining is simple, what is more difficult is acknowledging that jurors are being asked to do something new and unusual for them, and to take that fact into account in trying to present the case to the jury—to recognize, and attempt to address, the very issues that might create an ineffective or unfavorable juror.

This is particularly true for...
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