Host Robin Martinez talks with Mark Andruss about his recent experience on jury duty in Jackson County.  Mark gives his observations on the selection and deliberation processes.  Also joining in will be local Defense Attorney Eric Vernon to talk about the jury selection process from the view of the prosecution and defense.

Mark will talk about how the low rate of pay for jurors and the number of potential jurors with family members behind bars affected the jury pool.  He also has an observation of how DNA evidence was viewd by some of the other jurors.

Eric Vernon will talk about how the Prosecution and Defense evaluate and pick jurors.

Robin Martinez is senior partner of Martinez Madrigal & Machicao, LLC.  He can be reached at robin.martinez@martinezlaw.net

Eric Vernon is Partner in Baldwin and Vernon and can be reached at ERIC@BVLAW.NET or www.BALDWINVERNON.COM

ON Jaws of Justice Radio | November 12, 2012 | 9:00 am

Jury Duty – Observations on Selection and Deliberations

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Host Robin Martinez talks with Mark Andruss about his recent experience on jury duty in Jackson County.  Mark gives his observations on the selection and deliberation processes.  Also joining in will be local Defense Attorney Eric Vernon to talk about the jury selection process from the view of the prosecution and defense.

Mark will talk about how the low rate of pay for jurors and the number of potential jurors with family members behind bars affected the jury pool.  He also has an observation of how DNA evidence was viewd by some of the other jurors.

Eric Vernon will talk about how the Prosecution and Defense evaluate and pick jurors.

Robin Martinez is senior partner of Martinez Madrigal & Machicao, LLC.  He can be reached at robin.martinez@martinezlaw.net

Eric Vernon is Partner in Baldwin and Vernon and can be reached at ERIC@BVLAW.NET or www.BALDWINVERNON.COM

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