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    How Jurors View Attorneys – It’s The Little Things

    Jurors begin forming impressions of attorneys from the very moment they begin to interact with them – which, typically, is during voir dire. And the impressions they form tend to be related to a discrete set of factors. Importantly these factors are all within counsel’s control.

    Indeed, lawyers can create the impression they want jurors to have of them through how they conduct their voir dire.