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Courtroom

Face Reading (Physiognomy, Personology)
Body Language, and Behavioral Psychology

To Unmask The Juror

Using face reading, body language, and behavioral psychology, we can uncover the biases that jurors rarely broadcast in open court.

Lin Klaassen offers the lawyer tools to discover potential jurors' attitudes, belief systems, behaviors, and predetermined mind sets that make them unacceptable for your jury. This can all be done in minutes and without the juror's cooperation or opposing counsel's knowledge.


 

Jury Selection

Who serves on the jury matters at least as much as what the jurors see and hear at trial. Because juror biases form verdicts, the composition of your jury is always critical.

Equipped with Lin’s expert knowledge of face reading, body language, and behavioral psychology, attorneys can dismiss the jurors who will be least favorable to their case.

For example: did you know the brain does not recognize words like "don't"? Attorneys often tell the jury to not consider race, age, etc. What they do not realize is that they have just caused each juror's brain to bring to the forefront of the mind every basis they have on the topic.

DON'T BELIEVE ME?----DON'T THINK OF A PINK ELEPHANT...
What instantly came into your mind????

Let Lin unmask your jury.


 

Trial Consulting

Attorneys and their trial team working on a case for months or years often struggle to see the complex data and evidence from the perspective of a juror. Lin's fresh discerning eye assists to translate perplexing information and legal arguments into a compelling trial presentation easily understood by jurors.

Research shows 85 to 90% of jurors exhibit predecision biases and do not change their verdict following the conclusion of opening statements.

Jurors view the issues and information presented in trial very differently from trained attorneys.

  • Monitor juror reactions to opening statements, witnesses, demonstrative evidence, and reporting to counsel the juror's nonverbal reactions to all presented.
  • Reporting to counsel the aspects that jurors appear to be confused about.
  • Provide daily analysis of jurors giving the trial team new insight to better determine their future trial approach.

Lin's fresh discerning eye assists to translate perplexing information and legal arguments into a compelling trial presentation easily understood by jurors. You still do it your way, just better.

You owe it to your client... Take this first step.

Contact Lin today to find out more about using Face Reading in the court room.