"Jurors will vote with their hearts, and then find the legal hook to hang their emotions on," a law professor advised me almost 20 years ago. In other words, rather than basing their decisions on the law, jurors vote according to their feelings - and then decide the law they will use to justify that decision. Perhaps the reason so many people were outraged by the O.J. Simpson case was because it was such a blatant example of his theory.
I have always remembered his words and keep them in the forefront of my mind as I help clients map out strategies for the courtroom. So when I'm called in…
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