When jurors decide a case, they represent the community as a whole: The jury is the conscience of the community. The jury speaks for the community when it determines what is reasonable, dangerous, or otherwise wrongful conduct, and how the injury caused by that conduct should be compensated.
Our lawyers trust that the jury is acting for what is best for the community. With that in mind, our lawyers prepare to teach jurors about how a defendant’s conduct caused a harm or injury in this case, and how the jury can prevent future harm to the community by holding the defendant accountable through a money verdict. By holding a defendant accountable, a jury deters others from engaging in bad conduct, and that protects us all.