Community Attitude Surveys

A well-designed community attitude survey, conducted in a difficult venue, is often pivotal in identifying potential juror attitudes and perceptions. These surveys provide valuable data about the venue where your case is filed and is often instrumental in developing an ideal/non-ideal juror profile for jury selection. Practical results obtained from such research can also provide a valuable tool for developing a successful voir dire strategy or change of venue.

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