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FACTORS AFFECTING VERDICTS



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1. DO JURORS ANCHOR ON SUGGESTED DAMAGE AMOUNTS?

2. HOW DAMAGING IS NEGATIVE PRE-TRIAL PUBLICITY IN CIVIL CASES?

3. DOES PLAINTIFF CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE AND ACCOMPANYING JURY INSTRUCTIONS AFFECT AMOUNT AWARDED?

4. SHOULD JURORS BE INSTRUCTED TO DISREGARD TESTIMONY?

5. THE EFFECTS OF AMOUNTS REQUESTED ON JUROR AWARDS

6. SCIENCE SUPPORTS GRAPHING ARGUMENTS

7. HOW DAMAGING IS HERESAY EVIDENCE?

8. DO DELIBERATIONS DIMINISH THE EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE TO INADMISSABLE EVIDENCE?

9. DOES INJURY SEVERITY AFFECT LIABILITY OR COMPENSATION?

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DO JUDGE AND JURY VERDICTS DIFFER SIGNIFICANTLY?

11. THE INTERACTION BETWEEN INADMISSIBLE EVIDENCE AND OBJECTIONS

12. SIMPLIFIED JURY INSTRUCTIONS REDUCE THE EFFECT OF JUDGES' OPINIONS ON VERDICTS

13. THE EFFECTS OF STATISTICAL EVIDENCE ON JURIES

 







 













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