Jim Morris Receives Excellent Juror Evaluation in Gibbons v. Union Pacific Railroad Company Case
One of the biggest learning opportunities in trial practice actually occurs after the trial. Many courts allow jurors to submit an evaluation form of the performance of the attorneys after they have rendered their verdict. Having the opportunity for jurors to submit an evaluation allows both parties to learn if their presentation style was effective and ways they can improve for future cases.
As the attached juror evaluation reflects, Jim Morris’ performance in the trial Gibbons v. Union Pacific Railroad Company was highly effective in winning a unanimous verdict.