Juror discussions reform, Jury deliberation, Civil trials, Jury reforms, Jury decision making, Empirical legal studies, Jury instructions, Juror comprehension
Civil Procedure | Evidence
Permitting jurors to discuss evidence during civil trials may facilitate understanding and provide an outlet for their thoughts and questions, and does not appear to lead to prejudgment or prejudice.
Hannaford-Agor, Paula; Hans, Valerie P.; and Munsterman, G. Thomas, ""Speaking Rights": Evaluating Juror Discussions During Civil Trials" (2002). Cornell Law Faculty Publications. Paper 399.
Published in: Judicature, vol. 85, no. 5 (March-April 2002).