Trial Lawyer's Blog: Juror DeSelection

Juror DeSelection is the process of jury selection.  My Blog Juror Deselection gives you the law and art of jury selection.



Subscribe to our mailing list

* indicates required
() -

(###) ###-####




Jury Selection: Challenging Jurors for Cause Versus the "Set Aside" Rule

Posted by Kurt D. Lloyd | Mar 05, 2017 | 0 Comments

Establishing grounds for a challenge for cause is probably one of the trial attorney's most challenging tasks in jury selection.  The juror's sworn promise to "set aside" a personal bias--negative attitude, opinion or experience--and follow the law and evidence overrides the personal bias. In voir dire trial attorneys must avoid "prehabilitating" a juror so that they win a challenge for cause.

Motion In Limine: Exclude Evidence of Informed Consent in a Direct Negligence Case

Posted by Kurt D. Lloyd | Oct 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

The plaintiff's lawyer should file a Motion in Limine to exclude evidence of informed consent in any direct medical negligence case. Remember: a case alleging lack of informed consent is different from a direct medical negligence case. Evidence of informed consent does not prove or disprove whether the defendant surgeon did the procedure correctly.

Visit Lloyd’s Blog: JUROR DESELECTION

Subscribe for the latest blog posts regarding the law and art of jury selection.

Subscribe to my Blog Juror DeSelection

Kurt D. Lloyd posts on the law regarding jury selection and voir dire techniques.

Menu