Jury Research

Jury Research

Jury or Juror Research is an umbrella term for the utilisation of research methods in an attempt to gain some understanding of the juror experience in the courtroom and how jurors individually and collectively come to a determination about the 'guilt' or otherwise of the accused.

Read more about Jury Research:  Brief History, Research Methods

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