There are a lot of questions that you can put up during the court sessions, but the most important question many of us ask is ” When can we get the list of the jury?” While most of the courts give the jury list a week before the trial, there are many that handover the list on the day when the trial is held.The question that comes to our mind when we talk about getting the jury list is “How will it benefit if we get the jury list before the trial”.
It is very obvious if we get the list before the trial, we have a lot of time to research and collect information about the jury team. For example, there is a member of the jury team named”Leslie Jones”. We may start our search with the same name and may come to know about where she was working in the past and whether she got penalized for any offensive activity. But to know more about her, we may make use of social media. But, it is not necessary she made the profile with the same name, maybe she used her nickname to create an account. This entire process may take some time. So if we want the right information about the jury, time is the best gift.
Another advantage is we can get the information cross-checked by other members that will help us in confirming the person whose social networking sites we have checked, is the same person who is going to be a member of the jury.
Another advantage is when we know the member of the jury we can collect information about his habits and nature. A jury consultant can help you in this matter. A jury consultant has the expertise to note the member of the jury and generate a report about how he can be convinced with the words. What is to be spoken and how is it be presented is what a jury consultant can help you with.
It is always good to take a piece of advice from a professional expert. A trial consultant is the best person to guide you.
Here are some ways in which a trial consultant can help you:
- When the client thinks of hiring a trial consultant, the first thing that come to their mind is a person who is going to provide them with the questions that jury may put up during the trial. But a jury consultant can offer you lot of benefits other than just providing a questionnaire.
- Knowing the audience who you are going to talk to is very important. A jury consultant creates the feedback of the case by asking the questions he is going to put on the trial to the normal people and know what their responses are. This helps in reaching to a conclusion how the jury may respond.
- A jury consultant creates a theme that addresses both the legal and non-legal issues.
- He may portray the case in the form of a story that appeals the jury. He finalizes what points are to be spoken and how they can be spoken.
A jury consultant may help you in getting the best possible result for your trial. Research before you hire one for you and keep your assured that your case is in the right hands.