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Attorneys: Voir Dire Investigations Can Lead to Better Verdicts

Recently, I participated in a jury trial for an investigation conducted on behalf of an attorney client relating to an insurance claim. After the trial, it was learned that over half of the jury members were either on disability, involved in a lawsuit or had a spouse who was on disability. The voir dire (jury selection) process is a crucial step in ensuring your success at trial.
We are able to provide information about potential jurors quickly. Information often located in a short time includes political party affiliation, criminal arrest history, liens or judgments and prior or current lawsuits. This information can make a huge difference in deciding if a potential juror should be selected or not. Typically, we are able to screen a potential juror in less than twenty minutes. If you have an upcoming jury trial, consider Rick Raymond Investigations to assist you in the voir dire process. We are online at

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