© D.L. Crumbley
Ross Davis and Ross Laguzza Say
At least one of the jurors will not listen to you.
Those that listen to you must understand you (e.g., Accounting/Taxation/Valuation issues are not easy).
Jurors need to understand why you say what you say.
You must persuade the jurors that what you say is correct, despite the cross-examination.
Source: D.S. Scott and R. Laguzza, “Communication With The Jury,” Litigation Services Handbook, John Wiley, 2001, p. 15-1.