Voir Dire Skills – Part II: Crafting Voir Dire to Achieve an Outcome

Published by Minnesota Association for Justice


Summary

Within moments of questioning jurors in voir dire you become the teller of the case story in the Opening Statement. Whether jurors associate into and experience that story or just sit there dispassionately depends on whether jury selection has left them with a sense of safety with and trust in you. You can learn to create that trusted sense.

You don’t get a second chance at first impressions. Human interaction is a skill. As with all skills, knowing what to practice and then practicing is what yields competence

Presenters
Gary Hazelton
Gary M. Hazelton is the founder and owner of Hazelton Law Group, located in Bemidji, Minnesota. He has been practicing since 1985 and exclusively in the personal injury field since 1990.

Originally Published

February 16, 2017


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