The legal landscape is changing.
Due to Covid-19, many of you are being forced to conduct jury selection over Zoom.
The question is, can a group be formed over Zoom?
Give a listen to this podcast to learn more.
You get bad feedback from a juror in a focus group, mock jury or after trial.
That means you should NEVER do that thing AGAIN. Right?
You have to learn how to translate juror feedback by looking at the larger picture. That, and sometimes we do things, on purpose, that the jury won't like.
Give this podcast a listen to learn more.
Group formation. It's a big deal. I talk about it a lot; here in the podcast and in the book.
But groups really only need one thing to form.
Give this podcast a listen to find out what it is.
So you found your ideal juror. Now what?
Won’t identifying them mean they get kicked off? Shouldn’t I “hide” them from opposing counsel?
This really is a question about group dynamics.
Give this episode a listen to learn why “hiding” them not only is a poor strategy, but why I also think you don’t need to be afraid of showing the other side your ideal jurors.
If you're working hard to follow up with jurors in voir dire, you're working too hard.
There are really only three questions you need to follow up.
You're making it too hard my friends. It really is more simple than you think to follow up.
Give this episode a listen and put these three questions in your back pocket for the next time you're in voir dire.
FB Live Episode - Why You Must Form the Group If You Want to Increase Your Chance of Winning at Trial
My FB Live from Wednesday 07/17/19 has been uploaded as a bonus episode on the From Hostage To Hero Podcast. This week we discussed "Why You Must Form the Group If You Want to Increase Your Chance of Winning at Trial."
Have you been told you need to build trust with jurors to get them to vote your way?
What you need is permission.
What’s permission and how do you get it? Give the podcast a listen to find out.
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Taking a closer look at the fourth of "The Five 'P's": Promote Relatedness, and how it can reverse the social threats of jury selection.
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Welcome to the "From Hostage to Hero" Podcast, my name is Sari de la Motte, aka: the Attorney Whisperer. I have to apologize to my listeners for such a break in the podcast; I’ve been working on my book, From Hostage to Hero, due out this year, but now I am back in the swing of things and looking forward to talking with you regularly!
To get us back on track, in the first four podcasts I introduced you to the concept of juror as hostage. We talked about the S-C-A-R-F model from David Rock, author of Your Brain at Work, and the five social needs that when threatened, can activate the survival instinct in the brain. And those things are: Status, Certainty, Autonomy, Relatedness and Fairness.
To reverse the threat jury selection creates we’ve been looking at The Five ‘P’s:
We’ve been looking at the last three in the last podcasts – Status, Certainty, and Autonomy. Today let’s look at how to Promote Relatedness.
Sari de la Motte is the host of "From Hostage to Hero." She has been dubbed the "Attorney Whisperer" because of her unique ability to help attorneys communicate their true selves.