Jury Selection in a Criminal Case

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Jury Selection in a Criminal Case
Jury Selection in a Criminal Case

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Course Description

Whether a prosecutor or defender, jury selection is an integral part of a criminal trial. In this program, Deputy District Attorney Adam Muery gives an overview of the jury selection process and shares many valuable techniques on effective jury selection that he has learned throughout the years. Topics covered include preparation tactics, information gathering, rapport building, challenges for cause, peremptory challenges, and the Baston inquiry.

Length: 46min

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Very pleasant to listen to. Shared interesting stories.
- Justin H.
very good course. Thank you
- Tyra P.
I enjoy hearing a prosecutor's perspective on this subject and he was engaging. Thank you
- Oscar L Cantu J.
Best presenter I have seen thus far on lexvid.
- William W.
Nice quick presentation covering the fundamentals
- Sara R.
The Speaker was very knowledgeable.
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Adam Muery

Adam Muery has served as a state and local police officer, a felony prosecutor, and as Counsel for the Office of Special Investigations as the Assistant Attorney General in the Criminal Investigations Division. He directed investigations and developed statewide strategic enforcement plans to target sexual predators, public corruption, domestic terrorist networks and drug cartels. As Attorney General Abbott’s Law Enforcement Liaison, he was the agency’s primary point of contact for over 70,000 peace officers in Texas. Adam Muery also served with the United States Department of Justice in Iraq in 2007 and 2008. He served as the lead National Police Advisor, Deputy Director of Training, Acting Director of Training, and Inspector General for the Ministry of Interior. He supervised over 150 United States police officers serving in developing the capabilities of over 400,000 Iraqi Police Officers. He led an international Inspector General team that evaluated the performance of provincial and national police forces and assisted with internal affairs investigations rooting out corruption.


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