The verdict is the decision made by the jury after they deliberate the facts of the case basing on the evidence presented by the parties. Even if you are the one filing the lawsuit due to a personal injury case or something else, it’s not sure that you will succeed.
We welcome you to our site. We are a team of experts dedicated to helping clients get a law verdict in their favor. Our goal is to give everyone, whether guilty or innocent, a fair trial. We take into full consideration how juries decide and find ways to help clients earn their favor.
Lawyers nowadays have developed skills to connect with the jury. They see it as one of the most important aspects in a trial. The judge is the one who decides how and which evidence goes to the jury. The jury is the one who decides the final verdict.
It’s important to get a likeable and effective lawyer. There are instances that the jury will not favor you because they don’t like the lawyer that represents you. We offer assistance in finding the right advocate who can effectively represent you depending on your case.
The jury relies on the lawyers and on how they provide their evidences. Trust is important. They listen to both sides with an open mind and consider the issues. The more credibility a lawyer has, the more open minded the jury will be to them. That’s why it’s important to get a lawyer that has these traits in order to connect effectively with the jury.
If you already have a lawyer, we also offer tips on how lawyers can show the jury they are fair and credible. One technique is making eye contact when talking to the jury. It’s one of the most vital parts of the trial since lawyers don’t get to talk to the jury often. Even when a lawyer is not talking to the jury, their body language is also important. This is the time when juries scrutinize both lawyer and client.
The jury system is a fundamental part of the judiciary process. It helps empower ordinary citizens to decide for another person’s fate. Another way to get the jury’s favor is to show them respect and proper decorum in court. In short, stay professional all throughout even when faced with adversity, especially during cross-examination. Always go for the soft approach and avoid attacks, humiliating or destroying the witness. Lastly, don’t waste the jury’s time and minimize the time the jury needs to be on their jury duty.
Our goal is to play on the same team, of law and order. Whether innocent or guilty, we all want a fair trial.