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Book details
  • Genre:LAW
  • SubGenre:Trial Practice
  • Language:English
  • Pages:159
  • eBook ISBN:9781623094737

The Jury Rules

by Trey Cox and James M. Stanton

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Overview
Trey Cox, partner with Dallas-based Lynn Tillotson Pinker & Cox, LLP, and the Honorable James Stanton, former presiding judge for the 134th District Court of Dallas County, have developed the Jury Rules to help all lawyers interested in learning about juries and their decisionmaking process. This highly respected former judge and seasoned trial attorney have created a rare opportunity for attorneys to travel inside the minds of jurors – exploring the decision making process of 600 actual jurors throughout 50 trials involving intellectual property, breach of contract, fraud, car crash and medical malpractice. They conducted 60 in-depth individual juror interviews and filmed over 25 hours of video footage to put together ten rules that all jurors want every trial lawyer to know and use. if you are interested in improving your courtroom presentation, this book is for you.
Description
Whether an attorney has spent years in the courtroom or is embarking on his first trial experience, gaining insight into a jury’s thought process, decision making and perception are all key advantages at trial. In order to better educate and prepare attorneys to navigate this complex jury process, Trey Cox, partner with Dallas-based Lynn Tillotson Pinker & Cox, LLP, and the Honorable James Stanton, former presiding judge for the 134th District Court of Dallas County, have developed the Jury Rules to help all lawyers interested in learning about juries and their decisionmaking process. This highly respected former judge and seasoned trial attorney have created a rare opportunity for attorneys to travel inside the minds of jurors – exploring the decision making process of 600 actual jurors throughout 50 trials involving intellectual property, breach of contract, fraud, car crash and medical malpractice. They conducted 60 in-depth individual juror interviews and filmed over 25 hours of video footage to put together ten rules that all jurors want every trial lawyer to know and use. if you are interested in improving your courtroom presentation, this book is for you.
About the author
Trey Cox has been helping his clients resolve large, complicated, and often high-profile business disputes for nearly 20 years. His jury trial experience and courtroom success have earned him the distinction of being double Board Certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. Trey represents Fortune 500 corporations, entrepreneurs and leading firms in a wide array of industries. "We have built our firm on a singular pursuit of courtroom excellence in the service of our clients," he says.
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