“The Jury Thinks What?” podcast discusses everything there is to know about trying cases. From preparing the case before the lawsuit is filed all the way to trial. And most importantly, how to understand what the Jury is thinking.
Discussing Evidence Issues at Trial w/ Brian Brown
Guest: Maryland Association for Justice Trial Attorney of the year (2020) Brian Brown.
Brian discusses his precedent setting verdict in Parlow vs. Kennedy Krieger Institute involving lead poisoning. Brian and Saul will also discuss the concepts of how to introduce numerous documents into evidence as well as having “cheat sheets” in court for every piece of evidence as well as any potential objections offered in Court...
"The Jury Thinks What?" Podcast #2 - Discussing Voir Dire w/ Michael Neff
Michael Neff is a trial attorney in Georgia and the Trial Guides author of “Premises Liability: A Guide to Success.”
Michael joins Saul Gruber to discuss his thoughts on voir dire and give important tips on how to get the prospective jurors talking about issues such as the burden of proof, their feelings on large verdicts, caps, and other issues you need to know to properly use both your preemptory challenges, as well as challenges for cause.
"The Jury Thinks What?" Podcast #1 - Trying the Deliberate and Quick Case w/ Tad Thomas
The first episode of the “The Jury Thinks What?” podcast has host Saul Gruber interviewing nationally renowned trial attorney Tad Thomas, with offices in Kentucky, Ohio, Illinois, and now Missouri, speaking about his approaches towards running a jaw office and preparing for trials in multiple jurisdictions.
Tad will discuss his ideas of a rapid or quick trial and how important (and sometimes difficult) it is to be deliberate and specific at trial...