Addressing the Four Common Voir Dire Challenges
RevisLegal has identified the most common challenges nearly every trial attorney faces in Voir Dire and developed in-courtroom tools designed to assist the trial attorney in addressing such.

1.   Limited Voir Dire Time
If granted at all, several jurisdictions in the U.S. limit oral voir dire to under 30 minutes per side.  In this environment, it is extremely difficult to generate the juror responses necessary to produce significant cause strikes.

  • RevisLegal has developed proprietary jury profiling tools that provide reliable, objective profiling data on each potential juror.  This data can be effectively utilized when  questioning jurors during voir dire and making peremptory strike decisions.

2.   Jurors Lie or Remain Silent
Studies reveal that up to 35% of the jury panel remains silent during oral voir dire, and another 15%  simply lie in their attempt to be selected or stricken from your panel.  How can you possibly be confident of having the best possible jurors evaluating your  case when nearly 50% aren’t participating or aren’t being truthful?

  • RevisLegal will access and correlate the most up to date information on each individual juror in your  panel in just seconds, providing you the best advantage possible when directing oral voir dire.  

3.   Identifying Verdict Related Attitudes
Tough to accomplish if you are in a court that denies the use of juror questionnaires and limits oral voir dire. 

  • RevisLegal has developed a unique set of juror profiling tools and algorithms that correlate key data 
          factors in seconds.  Your result:   More favorable juries!

4.   Effective Use of Peremptory Strikes
There never seems to be enough peremptory strikes.  Especially when considering those silent jurors referred to above. Majority Effect studies indicate that the addition of just one favorable juror in the final panel can have a geometric impact in determining the final verdict.

  • RevisLegal utilize’s its proprietary data sets to objectively rank these jurors in terms of their             anticipated bias, complimenting the attorney’s intuition when making the final peremptory strike        decisions. 

Data   Driven   Decisions
Identifying the Dangerous Jurors
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