In his Law360 article “Will ‘Dr. Bull’ Affect Actual Jurors?”, DOAR’s real-life New York City Jury Consultant Roy Futterman, Ph.D. discusses whether the upcoming network television show about a fictional NYC jury consultant will impact actual trial jurors.
We have already started to see loud, lewd advertisements saying, “He will get you off.” In September, a major network will have a high-profile premiere of a series about a brash jury consultant based on the former career (but not the personality) of Dr. Phil called “Dr. Bull.” Although...Read Full Article >
In his Law360 article “The Psychological Edge Of Relieving Stressed Jurors”, DOAR Jury Consultant and Clinical Psychologist Roy Futterman, Ph.D. offers guidance on using psychological technique in trial strategy to help jurors in high-stakes cases make cool-headed decisions.
Law360, New York (August 24, 2016, 10:28 AM ET) — Imagine the stressful life of a juror in a high-stakes trial. With billions of dollars at stake or a defendant’s life on the line, a juror must try to think clearly while the plaintiff attorney is attempting to activate their...Read Full Article >
In his think piece “Are We Driving Jurors To The Internet?” published in Bloomberg Law, DOAR Director and Clinical Psychologist Roy Futterman, Ph.D. discusses jurors’ rampant use of the internet. Is this new widespread behavior actually a reasonable reaction to our centuries-old concerns about the misuse of rhetoric and unduly influencing material?Read Full Article >
In The New York Times, DOAR’s Roy Futterman Discusses The Juror Allegations in the NYPD Officer Peter Liang Trial
DOAR Jury Expert Roy Futterman, Ph.D. comments on the judicial inquiry into an alleged stealth juror in advance of the sentencing of NYPD Officer Peter Liang.
Click here to read the article and see the insights that Dr. Futterman offers towards the end.
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