Jury Trial Innovations in New York State: A Practical Guide for Trial Judges
This short pamphlet summarizes authority and suggested procedures for implementing jury questions, notetaking, voir dire openings and written jury instructions. A useful tool for anyone interested in these jury practices.
Final Report of the Committees of the Jury Trial Project
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Bibliography - Jury Innovations Resources
Chief Judge Kaye, My Life as Chief Judge: The Chapter on Juries, 78 NYSBA Journal 10 (October 2006)
Chief Judge Kaye, 2005: A Banner Year for Juries, 77 NYSBA Journal 20 (May 2005)
Hon. Phylis Skloot Bamberger, Jury Voir Dire in Criminal Cases, 78 NYSBA Journal 24 (October 2006)
John Caher, Judge Recounts Success With Juror Questioning, N Y Law Journal, April 13, 2005
Terry Carter, The Verdict on Juries, ABA Journal, April 2005
Hon. Cheryl Chambers, Voir Dire Opening Statements Presented to Potential Jurors, Monroe Daily Record, April 29, 2005
Elissa Krauss, The Latest in Juries: What's Happening Around the Country That's of Interest to New York Judges and Lawyers, 78 NYSBA Journal 16 (October 2006)
Elissa Krauss, Jury Trial Innovations in New York State, 77 NYSBA Journal 22 (May 2005)
Mary McDonough, Summary Time Blues, ABA Journal, October 2004
Hon. Michael McKeon, How Experience Changed My Practice in Juror Note-Taking, Monroe Daily Record, April 29, 2005