Imagine... 
Imagine a case where you know the impact of human dynamics, in addition to the law and the issues...
Imagine a case where you understand the finder of fact, whether arbitrators, mediator, judge or jury...
Imagine a case where you have had the opportunity to try several theories or themes and can select the one that is most effective prior to going to trial, arbitration, or mediation...
Imagine knowing which jurors to accept because they have a statistical probability to support your case - and which to challenge because they will be hostile...
Imagine relying on scientific procedures, psychological analysis of fact finder responses, and critical, professional polling of the community, instead of decision making based on myths, biases, and stereotypes...
Imagine having all this knowledge before you take a deposition, during discovery, before mediation, before arbitration, and, of course, before trial...

Magnus’ research and consulting services provide Insights for Success® to attorneys nationwide since 1993. We have consulted on cases and conducted litigation, trial, and  jury research in 26 states, from Alaska to the U.S. Virgin Islands. Magnus has particular expertise in Florida, its home base of operation. 

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    In the early to mid 1980s, my business partner/wife was on a team conducting research in the realm of eyewitness identification.  The research was funded by the National Institute of Justice and the National Science Foundation and she, and the others on the team, evaluated different aspects of eyewitness identification.  One aspect of that research, […]
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    Recently, David and I were honored to attend the graduation ceremony of our dear friend, Suzanne, from the United States Army Judge Advocate (J.A.G.) training program.  Suzanne is an amazing young woman, about whom we have written in other posts, and whom we have known for her entire life.  She has excelled in everything she […]
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    In a prior post which I initiated, I wrote about how not to do jury research. That post was prompted by a call from a prospective client who wanted to hire us, but wanted to specify every aspect of the research, but all of those approaches were wrong in our estimation. Specifically, he wanted the […]

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