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Ethical Considerations When Selecting Your Jury in Alabama -
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WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how to choose juries in Alabama while earning valuable CLE ethics credit.
Jury selection is an essential trial skill for a successful Alabama attorney to have. Choosing who will decide your case can give you an upper hand before the trial begins. But in asking questions and researching backgrounds, where is the line you can’t cross?
While representing your client zealously, you must know the ethical limits to observe when selecting a jury. For example, according to an ABA Formal Opinion, a lawyer may review a juror’s or potential juror’s Internet presence, which may include postings by the juror or potential juror in advance of and during a trial. But you may not communicate directly, or through another, with a juror or a potential juror. Moreover, you have to know the latest rules and requirements in jury selection, given the evolving opportunities, and challenges, presented by new technology.
Learn more from the comfort and convenience of your office, when you participate in this informative and practical on-demand webinar. Your presenter will review professional and ethical concerns to keep in mind during jury selection.
- Respect toward the court, the jurors and opposing counsel
- Candor toward the tribunal
- Avoiding contact with jurors
- Zealous representation at trial
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About Your Presenter
John Isaac Southerland
Huie, Fernambucq & Stewart, LLP
John Isaac Southerland is a partner in Huie, Fernambucq & Stewart, LLP, where his practice consists primarily of the defense of personal injury, insurance, automotive liability, product liability, drug and medical device liability, towing and recovery liability, heavy equipment liability, and trucking liability. He actively represents clients in Alabama and all over the Southeast in both state and federal court. In 2014, Mr. Southerland was named an Alabama Super Lawyer Rising Star in the personal injury defense and products practice area. He is a member of the Alabama State Bar, Birmingham Bar Association, American Bar Association, Alabama Defense Lawyers Association, and the Defense Research Institute (Professionalism and Ethics Committee, and Product Liability Committee).