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Jury persuasion

Donald E. Vinson

Jury persuasion

psychological strategies & trial techniques

by Donald E. Vinson

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Published by Prentice Hall Law & Business in Englewood Cliffs, NJ .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Jury -- United States.,
    • Trial practice -- United States.,
    • Persuasion (Psychology)

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementby Donald E. Vinson.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF8972 .V56 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxvi, 281 p. ;
      Number of Pages281
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1410201M
      ISBN 100133282872
      LC Control Number93018912


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Vinson, David S. Davis. Devil’s advocate persuasion is designed to address the need of every juror to be satisfied that he or she understood the evidence and arrived at a logical conclusion, independent of unwanted influence from a lawyer. Accordingly, persuasion may be most effective when it does not seem that you have been doing so.

That is the art of persuasion. The Science of Persuasion: A Litigator's Guide to Juror Decision-Making, Second Edition. The Science of Persuasion: A Litigator's Guide to Juror Decision-Making, Second Edition students, experienced litigators, and everyone in between who needs to understand the most effective ways to convince a jury, and includes extensive sample voir dire.

Jury Persuasion: Psychological Strategies and Trial Techniques also includes commentaries by 33 seasoned litigators from across the country. Their experience bears out the central truth of Dr.

Vinson's analysis, namely that a failure to address the jury's emotional make-up and social chemistry will usually spell disaster, the merits of a case Cited by: 3.

Karen Lisko, Ph.D., has over two decades of practical experience in hundreds of cases across the country in the areas of civil plaintiff, civil defense, and criminal defense ranging from simple to complex litigation.

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One of the most interesting components of facilitating a mock trial is seeing how jurors actually reason during deliberations. Most jurors have no training in formal logic or argumentation or in the fields in which the trial evidence is being presented (law, medicine, intellectual property, workplace safety, etc.), so they are unfamiliar with the criteria that would be used by experts in these.

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This book has you covered. Its combination of advice, illustration, and commentary is every bit as valuable as it is unique. Every litigator should have this book on the shelf, no matter the state in which they practice. The jury trial is a critical component of our democratic society, and its use in civil cases is unique to the United States.

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I argue in this essay that subconscious persuasion, which I call cov-ert advocacy, threatens to deprive the jury of its capacity to critically evaluate evidence and .