A big deal in criminal cases.
An even BIGGER deal in civil cases.
Yeah, I KNOW that jurors aren't required to find motive to vote your way, but that doesn't mean they don't want it. They do.
Jurors find it hard to punish "mistakes" and "accidents."
So how can we solve this as plaintiff attorneys?
Give this podcast episode a listen to find out.
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