What is a simulated juror/mock jury? A simulated juror is similiar to when you serve on Jury duty, but there are differences. For this particular case, you are given breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Everything is electronic, and you will give suggestions on the case.
These are real cases that have not gone to court, the parties involved have decided to do a simulated court case instead of going to actual court to see how a real jury may react to their presentation. Many times they will act appropriately based on the simulated jury's opinion. Often times, these cases are held at a banquet hall of a resturant or hotel. These cases last for 10-12 hours and is one date only. If you are requested to come a little earlier, or stay a little later, they will always compensate you more. The pay for this is between $75-$175 depending on how long you will be there. They also provide you with breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, and beverages.
To be considered for this case, you must be from the cities listed only. If you are from another city other than than those listed the lawyers will not consider you for inclusion on this case.
We are currently looking for individuals in:
Las Vegas, NV on 4/27/09 (Clark county)
Boston, MA on 5/6/09
Cocoa Beach, FL on 6/18/09
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