Jury selection or Voir Dire platform that is a software suite and iPad app developed around a process of proven strategies by award-winning trial attorney Robert Eglet. Eglet has won an astounding 97% of his cases that have gone to trial and has earned multi-billion dollar record-setting verdicts for his clients. This lite version allows you to use some basic questionnaires while the managed solution taps into a vast database platform, big data profiles with dedicated team of resources.
Added graphing features for jurors
Added claim submission features
Added access to prediction services
Ratings and Reviews
I’m incredibly disappointed I spent any money on this app.
I tried to make a “test” case to see how it works, and when I created a real case to set up, my “test” data—including my fake juror answers to fake questions—appeared on the new case. There is no way (that I could find) to delete a case or clear the juror data once you create it. This wouldn’t be a big issue except that the app cannot store more than one case without the jury data populating over to the next case. Meaning, if juror #1 says “yes” to question #1 in case #1, juror #1 in case #2 is going to be saying yes to that same question. If you try to work around this by delete the questions (or the group of questions) in either case #1 or case #2 after a juror has answered them, the app will crash.
I finally uninstalled and reinstalled the program, which worked, but means that the app’s feature which allows you to save groups of questions for other cases is useless—you’ll have to uninstall and reinstall every time you use the app for every case or the jury data from the old cases will populate on the new case.
The “ask now” feature is very clunky for y/n questions — if you want to select everyone who said Yes, you can do this as a group, but there’s a major catch. Once you select Y or N, the app forces you to also write an answer. So if you’re trying to use this app to track real-time answers in court, you’ll have to do four things PER JUROR that says y/n: (1) tap the juror; (2) tap yes or no; (3) tap the short answer box; and (4) type something into the short answer box.
The app is a great idea, but I found it way too buggy to work properly. I can’t believe I spent $75 dollars on something which seems, to me, to be virtually unusable. :(
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.