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Galleon Defense Worked—To a Point - WSJ.com
MAY 18, 2011 | WSJ | By SUSAN PULLIAM, JENNY STRASBURG and MICHAEL ROTHFELD.

Some in Hand-Picked Jury Found Rajaratnam Sympathetic. And Guilty, Too
legal_strategies  insider_trading  juries  courtroom_process  case_management  Raj_Rajaratnam 
may 2011 by jerryking
Justice not seen - The Globe and Mail
Apr. 03, 2010 | Globe and Mail .China should open its courtroom
door, on the grounds of general principles of procedural and
substantive justice, as well on the narrower ground of giving confidence
to foreign citizens and companies that they will be treated fairly.
Australia  China  courtroom_process  editorials  transparency  confidence 
april 2010 by jerryking
Lawyers Will Be Lawyers, Dumping More on Juries Than They Can Process - WSJ.com
NOVEMBER 6, 2008 | Wall Street Journal | by LESLIE EATON and
AMIR EFRATI

Prosecutors in complex cases have to remember not to over-burden their
cases. Prosecutors can compile a ton of evidence, but whatever its
merit, presentation and pacing remain crucial. When jurors can't reach a
decision one way or the other or are bored and bewildered, time, effort
and taxpayer dollars go to waste.
lawyers  courtroom_process  case_management  juries  legal_strategies  evidence 
may 2009 by jerryking

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