God-Thinking: Every Juror's Moral Brain, Religious Beliefs, and Their Effects on a Trial Verdict
A wide variety of moral compasses is sitting in every jury box! Jurors bring their religions and spiritual beliefs with them to court and rely upon personal moral compasses during deliberations. Every trial, civil or criminal, can become a battle of good and evil in the minds of the jurors, yet trial advocacy books have ignored this dynamic. This eBook invites trial practitioners, attorneys, judges, and consultants to engage in new thinking about how jurors' moral compasses affect trial outcomes.
Civil Procedure | Legal Education | Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility | Legal History
Sunwolf, "God-Thinking: Every Juror's Moral Brain, Religious Beliefs, and Their Effects on a Trial Verdict" (2013). Faculty Book Gallery. 109.