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Seven simple steps for picking better juries in short order (access required)

In 1936, Clarence Darrow wrote an article for Esquire entitled “How to Pick a Jury.” In the article, he said, “Choosing jurors is always a delicate task. The more a lawyer knows of life, human nature, psychology and the reactions of the human emotions, the better he is equipped for the subtle selection ...

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