By Rachel York Colangelo, National Managing Director of Jury Consulting

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1). c. Accurately predict the outcome at trial
2). b. False. Attitudes and experiences are better predictors of verdict orientation than demographics.
3). b. False. Unless judges have been exposed to the information before, judges do not necessarily understand complicated technical evidence better than jurors do.
4). a. True. Judges are human and are subject to the same biases as jurors.