The Court of Public Opinion
Online Focus Groups
Select jurors from the communities you choose, and combine them with our innovative systems to test claims, defenses, and damages valuations.
Today, fewer than 5% of all civil actions ever make their way to a jury.
As a result, communities have lost their voices in the outcomes of local, legal disputes, and fewer matters are being resolved on their individual merits than are being compromised by concerns about time, money, and the results which have been obtained in superficially similar cases.
By increasing access to, and the utility of, juries, Court of Public Opinion has committed itself to counteracting the negative consequences which have resulted from the routine forfeiture of the Constitutional right to a trial by jury. By combining technology and a modified jury system, CoPO’s online juries are capable of doing what no traditional jury can.
They are not just for trials anymore...Not only can CoPO’s Online Juries issue a verdict at the conclusion of an online trial, but they are available for mediations and arbitrations, to resolve issues of fact which otherwise prevent the granting of summary judgment, and for our most popular offering, FOCUS GROUPS!
CoPO’s Jury Focus Groups How it works:
CoPO’s Jury Focus Groups allow parties to test their cases, or any aspect of it, in front of Jurors who live in the localities the parties specify.
Get a Juror’s perspective on damages, claims, defenses, evidence, attorneys, parties, witnesses...
Test different approaches, presentations and witness preparations…
Develop and refine trial skills...
The possibilities are only limited by your imagination.
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