12 Tips to Hire the Right Trial Technician for Your Trial

The trial technician, sometimes called the hot-seater, is the person who runs the courtroom technology so that a trial team does not have to do so. A trial tech typically uses programs like Trial Director

3 Ways Our Brains Are Changing With the Times

By Thomas M. O’Toole, Ph.D. Without a doubt, we are living in unprecedented times. Whether it is the leader of the free world firing off daily rants on Twitter or the mere fact that smart-phones

Expect Jurors to Climb Into the Cooler

By Dr. Ken Broda-Bahm:  The cooler sat in the  courtroom throughout the trial. A 40.5 gallon Igloo fishing cooler, it was a key piece of evidence in the murder trial of an attorney, Tom Capano, charged

What Trial Lawyers Can Learn From Russian Facebook Ads

It turns out that a large number of Russian ads on Facebook that viewers did not know were Russian ads influenced the way people thought about various issues last year. They may have even influenced

Be Alert to Partisan Affect

By Dr. Ken Broda-Bahm:  Written in the context of the civil rights and Vietnam war protests of the Sixties, there is an old Buffalo Springfield song with a line about the marchers, "Singing songs and

Make Your Denial Credible

By Dr. Ken Broda-Bahm:  It is the season for strong denials from powerful men in entertainment and politics. To pick just one from the crop of current examples, the U.S. Senate candidate from Alabama, former

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