OPINION: The Verdict — A Rejection Of Politics As Usual
By Reuben Guttman, Guttman Buschner & Brooks PLLC (November 13, 2016, 6:28 PM EST) -- Good trial lawyers know not to drink their own Kool-Aid. They view a case not just from their own vantage point but from the vantage point of their opponent. And at the end of a case they explore what was important to the jurors who rendered a verdict.
Now that the jurors have heard closing arguments and ruled in Pennsylvania, Michigan, North Carolina and Wisconsin with ballots that delivered the decisive electoral votes denying Hilary Clinton the presidency, the process of verdict analysis has begun.
Did Democrats drink their own Kool-Aid in convincing themselves that Secretary Clinton was the most qualified...
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