Identifying the Dangerous Jurors
Norm Revis
President of RevisLegal, has been a jury consultant and trial strategist for nearly ten years in high-profile criminal and civil matters nationwide.  He is best known for his diligent preparation, a thorough understanding of verdict related issues, and utilizing breakthrough technology to provide his clients critical real-time data on prospective jurors.

Norm's practice concentrates in the areas of, Employment, Medical Malpractice, Breach of Contract, Intellectual Property, Personal Injury, Contract Disputes, Property Condemnation, Fraud and Criminal actions.

From membership in national political organizations
to current social media postings, RevisLegal's
associates combine actuarial methods with the
most advanced search engines and data bases
available to provide trial attorneys the proprietary
data necessary to gain every advantage while 
preparing for trial.

For well over a decade, RevisLegal has delivered a 
wide range of trial preparation services to nationally
recognized law firms, regional health organizations,
and local trial attorneys. Applying a unique method
combining state-of-the-art data gathering tools with
our proprietary juror survey data, our associates profile and rank each prospective juror in your panel
according to their anticipated verdict bias, identifying those most dangerous for your case.

RevisLegal has achieved considerable success in a variety of high-profile civil and criminal cases.  Our trial preparation and juror profiling methods have been instrumental in saving one healthcare client over $20 million dollars in annual underwriting expenses and, in a recent Patent Infringement trial, assisted the client in securing a $105 million dollar jury verdict.

Norm Revis has a guest appearance on Court TV's Cathryn Crier Live, and been featured in the following publications:  Slate MagazineThe National Law Review, LAW.comCampbell Law ReviewHouston Business JournalTampa Bay Business Journal, and ABA Litigation News.

Attorneys who can identify the pre-existing verdict related attitudes of potential jurors, have a clear advantage when exercising peremptory strikes
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