By John G. McCabe, Ph.D.
The courtroom is a battlefield, or so it is thought. Warriors representing opposing sides fight it out in the trenches launching their arguments against their opponents in hopes of beating back the enemy and securing victory for their side. It is war. Win at all costs.
The lawyer as warrior metaphor is pervasive (see Kanazawa, S. K. & McCabe, J. G. February, 2015 “Reversing Stampedes: How minorities change majorities.” For the Defense, Vol. 57, 2, 10-17). Until recently, with very few exceptions,...Read Full Article >
DOAR Promotes Justice At The Intersection Of The Courtroom And The Internet: The Means For “Clean Searching” Offered Pro Bono To CLE Participants
Trial attorneys are called upon to conduct internet searches on prospective jurors without leaving signs of their search behind. Since 2012, the NYC Bar Association has warned that the failure to search may be akin to incompetence of counsel, but has added that leaving a footprint behind risks contempt of court. The intended ends are clear – prospective jurors should be subject to...Read Full Article >
Paul Neale, DOAR’s CEO, Featured in Gettry Marcus’ Client Spotlight
Paul discusses how DOAR has evolved to become a nationally renowned trial strategy consulting company through the use of pre-trial research, visual communications and cutting-edge technologies. Gettry Marcus CPA, P.C. is a Top 200 firm that provides accounting, tax, and consulting services to commercial businesses, high net worth individuals and various industries.
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