Jurors - Defined
The seventh amendment to the constitution provides for the right to a Jury trial allowing all people or corporations to be treated the same under the law regardless of wealth size or power. The jurors who voluntarily give their time allow anyone with a dispute to have it resolved in an open and honest forum. Jurors are the true heroes of the justice system as they are the only ones with the power to ensure accountability and fairness when resolving legal disputes.
Many attorneys like to take the credit for champion the causes of their clients but the jurors are the ones who have the power to right wrongs. A good lawyer understands that and at best can shine light on the evidence that tells the truth about what happened and what is needed to make up for it.
Jurors are incredibly intuitive and at their core, they want to be fair and treat everyone equally. If we can allow our clients to feel and show what they are experiencing in front of jurors we have provided our clients an opportunity to be treated fairly and our jurors the opportunity to due justice. Simply put without jurors no one would be able to get justice and that combined with their willingness to serve makes them the true heroes of our judicial system. If you have served has a juror thank you for taking the time if you have not had the opportunity don't shy away from it, we need good honest hardworking people.
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For over 20 years, John has exclusively represented people (not insurance companies).
John has received the America’s Top 100 Attorneys Lifetime Achievement Award.
Since the year 2000, John has been a Board Certified Civil Lawyer.
John is a graduate and senior instructor at the Trial Lawyers College.
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