“Success is not just about finding the right answers, but also about asking the right questions. The quality of our questions determines the quality of our solutions and the depth of our understanding.” -Mitch Jackson, Esq.
The decedent was killed by a distracted driver. I represent her family in a wrongful death case.
I’ve been picking juries and trying cases for 37 years and am pretty good at figuring out who I want and need in the jury box.
However, new information and unique insights are always welcome, so I asked GPT-4 to give me a better idea about what makes an upcoming conservative jury pool think the way it does. I then asked the AI to craft several questions I may want to incorporate into my voir dire (jury selection) to help make sure I have the right people sitting in the box.
Regardless of who you are and what you do, if you need to persuade an audience of one or many, this is a good approach to making sure you connect and build rapport. Here’s an overview of the approach I may use in my wrongful death case:
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