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At the Persuasive Litigator, Ken Broda-Bahm reviews two apps, iJuror and Jury Duty, "based on their functional ability to replace paper notes, or other PC-based systems." Link from iPhone J.D.
January 13, 2012 in Voir Dire, Web/Tech | Permalink
Evan, what I would love to see is something that uses pulls of data to help people select juries. I've got a 25 year-old female school teachers. All things being equal, how would she compare to a 47 year-old accountant in judging my 63 year-old client. Eventually, someone is going to cultivate the mock trial and other data and tell us the answers to these kinds of questions. That will be cool... and scary.
Ron Miller |
January 19, 2012 at 02:21 PM
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