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Hidden Jury

Author : Paul M. Lisnek
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A revealing look at jury consultants and the manipulation of the American justice system.

The Hidden Jury

Author : Paul M Lisnek
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"The Hidden Jury couldn't be more timely or more urgently needed."--from the introduction by Johnnie Cochran Why do guilty defendants go free? Why do juries award huge sums for ridiculous lawsuits? Who really controls the verdict of a trial? The most powerful people in today's jury trials aren't lawyers, judges, plaintiffs or defendants. Their names don't even appear on the court record. Yet their presence and opinions shape the way that court cases are fought, and can even change the outcome of a trial. They are the hidden jury, the most influential new force in the American legal system. For the first time, The Hidden Jury exposes the truth about mock juries and other tactics that lawyers and trial consultants use to mold a trial to their benefit. Drawing on experience gained from such high-profile cases as the O.J. Simpson trial, Whitewater and the Heidi Fleiss trial, leading trial consultant and jury expert Paul M. Lisnek reveals goes behind the scenes of the American justice system to reveal: --How lawyers get the juries they need to win --The mock trials that really decide the fate of the verdict --The trial services wealthy clients can afford to buy

The Hidden History of Jack Quinn

Author : Mike Robertson
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A letter written by a seriously ill middle aged man facing the end of his life is found in a safety deposit box after he passes away. The document, immediately thought to be Jack Quinns last will and testament, sends his oldest friend on a quest to find his birth parents, his adoption only revealed to him shortly before he died. The search for the identity of the decedents birth parents takes Mark Purchell, a man who has been Quinns friend for over forty years, from his hometown of Ottawa to a small town on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia. Along the way, Purchell encounters and is assisted by a number of intriguing characters, including a seedy but well-meaning neighbour, a stern librarian, a retired police officer, members of the clergy, a newspaper editor, a haughty hotel maitre d and a spirited waitress named Elaine. His investigation of The Hidden History of Jack Quinn eventually leads to a newspaper archive and a surprising answer to a departed friends last request.

The history of the last trial by jury for atheism in England a fragment of autobiography

Author : George Jacob Holyoake
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Race and the Jury

Author : Hiroshi Fukurai
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In this timely volume, the authors provide a penetrating analysis of the institutional mechanisms perpetuating the related problems of minorities' disenfranchisement and their underrepresentation on juries.

Jury Verdicts Weekly

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Jury Reform

Author : California. Legislature. Senate. Committee on Judiciary
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The Jury and Democracy

Author : John Gastil
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Serving on a jury is a powerful experience. The Jury and Democracy is a ground-breaking study that shows how the process of deliberating and reaching a verdict transforms the lives of ordinary citizens. People who serve on juries are more active in civic life and vote more, and the authors examine a number of reasons why this is so. In an era when involved Americans are searching for ways to inspire their fellow citizenry, this book offers a plausible and realistic path for turning passive spectators into active political participants.

The National Jury Verdict Review and Analysis

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The American Jury on Trial

Author : Saul M. Kassin
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American Jurisprudence Trials

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Methodology Manual for Jury Systems in Support of the LEAA Incentive Program in Juror Usage and Management

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The Fraternity

Author : John Fitzgerald Molloy
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A former Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals for Arizona discusses his part in what he considers "collusion" as a lawyer, including discussions of cases in which he was professionally involved, and argues that American lawyers and judges have acted jointly to make the legal system progressively require the work of legal professionals, an outcome that has become possible by sanctifying the Constitution in a way that allows them to paint opposition to their decisions as sacreligious.

The Science of Courtroom Litigation

Author : Samuel H. Solomon
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Revealing the secrets behind the art of persuasion, this comprehensive examination details how to present the most compelling cases in today’s courtrooms. Providing numerous research-based strategies, this reference assists in developing winning case themes, identifying unsympathetic jurors, creating convincing multimedia presentations, and making use of cutting edge trial technology in all types of litigation.

Gentlemen of the Jury

Author : Hans Habe
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The Myth of the Hidden Economy

Author : Philip Harding
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The Partner The Runaway Jury

Author : John Grisham
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The Hidden Keys to W T C Carnage

Author : Cuthbert Calculus Balfour
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A Treatise on Facts as Subjects of Inquiry by a Jury

Author : James Ram
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The Hidden 4th Branch

Author : Kelly Z. Mordecai
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What holds corrupt government officials accountable? The 4th Branch of Government (The grand jury.) Can I submit a compliant for a grand jury to see? Yes! What type of government officials has the grand jury held to account in our nation's history? County employees, DA's, sheriff's, judges, state level: legislatures, justices, & even governors (recently Blagojevich.) Federal level: Congressmen, Senators, a President (Nixon/Watergate), and even federal judges. You may be asking, "Why have I never heard a summary of this tool holding government officials accountable?" Answer: For corruption to expand, the knowledge of the grand jury must be suppressed. In addition, "The Powers that Be" have perpetrated ignorance upon the American people regarding The 4th Branch (grand jury). Why did "The Powers that Be" ("THEY") "perpetrate ignorance" upon the American People? Answer: because "THEY":. Are AFRAID of the 4th Branch; &. Can't get rid of The 4th Branch.Has the U.S. Supreme Court affirmed the 4th Branch's power? Yes, consistently. "'[R]ooted in long centuries of Anglo-American history," Hannah v. Larche, 363 U.S. 420, 490 (1960) (Frankfurter, J., concurring in result), "the grand jury is mentioned in the Bill of Rights, but not in the body of the Constitution. It has not been textually assigned, therefore, to any of the branches described in the first three Articles. '[It] is a constitutional fixture in its own right.'" U.S. Supreme Court Justice Scalia(United States v. Williams, 504 U.S. 36 at 48 (1992))Two attorneys researching further entitled the grand jury as "The 4th Branch of Government."What about other Justices? What do they say?"A county grand jury is responsible for investigating possible public offenses, including corrupt or willful misconduct in office by public officials .[and] .return a criminal indictment or true bill, formally accusing someone of a crime... ...The powers and duties of the state grand jury are similar to those of the county grand jury, except they extend statewide." (emphasis on corrupt government officials.) Rebecca White Berch - Chief Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court. "[The grand jury] can investigate merely on suspicion that the law is being violated, or even just because it wants assurance that it is not." (emphasis added) Supreme Court Justice Robert Houghwout Jackson(U.S. vs. Morton Salt Co., 338 U.S. 632, 642-643 (1950))This book was written with a "Hands-On" approach for empowering any American to submit a complaint to a grand jury. The power researched provides great encouragement displaying that the grand jury has thwarted corruption in our nation's history. In addition, the book contains "Fictional Future News" stories of Americans learning this power, filing complaints then the grand jury tackling:. Voter Fraud;. Environmentalists getting caught in perjury;. Cops compromising to work with drug dealers;. Politicians committing perjury;. Freedom of speech under fire;. "Banksters";. Rare racial discrimination;. Etc..These future news stories provide "hints" of how one can file a complaint with the grand jury, and the inner workings and power of the grand jury.What is written of the grand jury power is nothing new, but hidden from the American People, because "THEY" are afraid of it. My goal has been to empower the American People to hold corruption accountable, hence the name of the book..The Hidden 4th Branch- a corrupt government's worst nightmare.Enjoy,Kelly Z.Note: Not associated with "The Guardians of the Republics", nor "de-jure grand juries." The book was written with a high respect for the lawful manner of empanelling grand juries according to state laws and codes.Font Size: 14 point font for easy reading (hence many pages.)