The adversarial nature of a jury trial leads many of our clients to ask: “Will my expert come across better than theirs?” This is a justifiable concern, since jurors’ decisions about liability and damages often hinge almost entirely on the testimony and credibility of the expert witnesses.
You know your job as a lawyer is to present your client’s case. And, you know you have a duty to zealously represent that client. The challenge, of course, is how to effectively persuade the jury that your side holds the truth.
Effective witnesses know their case, are prepared, and are equipped with the right tools to help them be persuasive. These five steps will help you prepare even the most seasoned of witnesses for deposition or trial.
Guy Grogan shares insights into how to transform your expert’s testimony into the compelling story your jurors need to hear and see.
Expert witnesses can be crucial in trials involving highly technical topics, such as banking, technology, engineering, medicine or insurance.
Keep your jurors organized and focused during trial.
A Mantra for Transcendentalists and Litigators Alike
There are several ways you can simplify your case to make it potent, palatable, and persuasive.
After years in the courtroom, we know what makes jurors sit up, listen, and understand.
Everything you need to know to keep your jurors’ interest and attention.