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How finding out a juror’s favourite TV show helped get an acquittal for a Murder Trial

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How finding out a juror’s favourite TV show helped get an acquittal for the ‘James Bond-style enforcer’ charged in the murder of 21-year-old Maxim model.

A legal expert claims quizzing potential jurors on their favorite television shows helped lead to one of the most controversial acquittals in California history when Kelly Soo Park was found not guilty in the death of Juliana Redding.

In an interview about the case with 48 Hours, jury consultant Lee Meihls revealed the specific personality types she looked for, and how their pop culture tastes were an important part of evaluating their personalities.

 Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2651902/How-finding-jurors-favorite-TV-helped-acquittal-James-Bond-style-enforcer-charged-murder-21-year-old-Maxim-model.html#ixzz38Uf9tX00

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