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The Debate over Jury Performance: Observations from a Recent Asbestos Case (Rand Report) e-book

Author:

Molly Selvin

Language:

English

Category:

Law

Subcategory:

Business

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1319 kb

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Rating:

4.2

Publisher:

Rand Corp (March 1, 1987)

Pages:

110

ISBN:

0833007890

The Debate over Jury Performance: Observations from a Recent Asbestos Case (Rand Report) e-book

by Molly Selvin


Recent verdicts in lawsuits arising from widespread exposure to toxic substances and large compensatory and punitive awards . Selvin, Molly and Larry Picus, The Debate over Jury Performance: Observations From A Recent Asbestos Case, Santa Monica, Calif.

Recent verdicts in lawsuits arising from widespread exposure to toxic substances and large compensatory and punitive awards in traditional liability cases have revived debates and complaints about the competency of lay jurors. This case study describes an interview conducted with the jury that decided an asbestos products liability case in Texas in 1984. RAND Corporation, R-3479-ICJ, 1987.

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Selvin, Molly and Larry Picus. The Debate over Jury Performance: Observations from a Recent Asbestos Case. Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation, 1987. Sward, Ellen E. The Decline of the Civil Jury. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2001. Verdict: Assessing the Civil Jury System. Robert E. Litan, ed. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 1993.

Lexington Books, 1977) ( Saks, Jury Verdicts ); Molly Selvin & Larry Picus, The Debate over Jury Performance: Observations from a Recent Asbestos Case (Santa Monica, Cal: RAND Corporation, 1987) ( Selvin & Picus, Debate ); Rita J. Simon, The Jury: Its Role in American. Simon, The Jury: Its Role in American Society (Lexington, Mass.

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Find nearly any book by Molly Selvin. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Educational Matchmaking: Academic and Vocational Tracking in Comprehensive High Ucb (Rand Report). by Molly Selvin, Lynn Karoly, Gretchen Guiton. ISBN 9780833012449 (978-0-8330-1244-9) Softcover, Rand Corp, 1992.

jury verdicts in cases over which th1e5y have presided along with their own assessments of the case. Debate over jury performance: observations from a recent asbestos. Analyzing the factors that. 27. David H. Kaye et a. Statistics in the Jury Box: How Jurors Respond.

6 In their book on jury performance, Selvin and Picus explain some of the reasons why jury . Tions from a recent asbestos case 45-46 (1987).

6 In their book on jury performance, Selvin and Picus explain some of the reasons why jury performance in complex cases is suspect: Psychological theory indicates that when presented with complex information on a great number of facts, individuals generally per-ceive one or a few generalizations that summarize and provide meaning for the information rather than the specific details. 6. molly selvin & larry picus, the debate over jury performance: observa-. 7. Id. The jury's collective understanding and memory may be better than most individual.


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