Jeffrey T. Frederick is director of the National Legal Research Group’s jury research services division. The division provides research and assistance to lawyers in addressing the problems faced in trying cases before juries. Frederick has assisted lawyers in the application of social science research methods to jury selection and persuasion issues since 1975. His firm has been the recipient of the Virginia Lawyers Weekly’s Readers’ Choice Award for Best Jury/Trial Consulting Service for the last three years.
Jeffrey Frederick talks about the significance of nonverbal cues during questioning, why open-ended questioning is the best way to obtain necessary information, and how a conversational tone can break the ice.
Jeffrey T. Frederick talks about how to master voir dire and jury selection.
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