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Here's a post to read when you're gearing up for your next voir dire: "When Jurors Lie, Part II." It's from the Deliberations blog, written by Anne Reed.
When you're finished reading Reed's tips for exposing jurors who are lying to you about their biases, you can continue reading Deliberations for "law, news, and thoughts on juries and jury trials."
August 21, 2007 in Voir Dire | Permalink
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