As Judge Learned Hand explained nearly 100 years ago, “Juries are not leaves swayed by every breath.”
Take a second to think about that.
Yes, how you frame a case matters. Yes, the evidence the jury hears and sees matters. And, yes, the specific wording you use matters.
But, to win at trial, you do not have to be as polished as Alan Shore:
To win at trial, you have to be you.
You have to care about your case.
And you have to trust the jury to get it right.
One misstep or wrong word will not lose the trial because:
“Juries are not leaves swayed by every breath.”
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