Trial Exhibits is proud to announce the opening of new offices in Chicago, Denver and Seattle. While TEI has been providing nationwide litigation support services for the past 25 years, the company has experienced significant growth in the western region and has increased the presence of brick-and-mortar offices to ensure that clients continue to receive the same efficient, quality service that has made TEI, and our clients, successful for the past quarter of a century. Now, with eight offices across the nation, TEI’s Jury Consultants, Presentation Specialists, and Graphic Designers are well prepared to serve clients in any U.S. time-zone.
When a witness is nervous, it is common that he/she will speak quickly. The fast-paced response can cause a number of problems. Not only will jurors have difficulty understanding the witness, but he is likely to utter a response without taking the time to think first. Below are a few tips for slowing the speed of response of a witness. more
How To Encourage Candid Responses During Voir DireEvery attorney knows voir dire is a unique time at trial as it is the only time a two-sided conversation between counsel and the jury pool is allowed. If an attorney fails to gain honest responses from jurors during voir dire, he will lose this golden opportunity to assess those who will potentially hold his case in their hands.more