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American Sniper: A Trial Focused on Insanity

American Sniper: A Trial Focused on Insanity

Dr. Manges PhD | Forensic Psychologist | Expert Witness American Sniper: A Trial Focused on Insanity and NGRI Many Americans have already enjoyed the popular Oscar nominated film – American Sniper. The film, based on the autobiography of the “American...
Final Arguments: Psychological Analysis – Persuasion

Final Arguments: Psychological Analysis – Persuasion

  Persuasion You and your client are not who you are, and not who you think you are. You and your client are not who you think others think you are either. For a jury, you and your client are who they think you are. Voir Dire To persuade you need to establish...
Final Arguments: Psychological Analysis – Organization

Final Arguments: Psychological Analysis – Organization

Dr Manges PhD | Forensic Psychologist | Expert Witness Organization: Success begins with Voir Dire In my preceding blogs and concepts, I have attempted to convey that Psychological Analysis of Final Argument will show that success beings with voir dire and...
Voir Dire: Theme Development

Voir Dire: Theme Development

Dr. Ken Manges PhD | Forensic Psychologist |Expert Witness Voir Dire Theme Development Fact Sheet In order for people to make sense of the world around them, they often use stories to organize events and give them structure. Jurors in a courtroom are not any...
Final Arguments: Psychological Analysis – Part 1

Final Arguments: Psychological Analysis – Part 1

Dr. Manges PhD | Forensic Psychologist | Expert Witness Final Arguments Final Argument is more than a review of the facts previously presented at trial. It is a time when you can direct the jury toward testimony that you believe crucial and point out inconsistencies...
Final Arguments: Psychological Analysis – Conditioning the Jury

Final Arguments: Psychological Analysis – Conditioning the Jury

Dr. Manges PhD | Forensic Psychologist Conditioning the jury Life experience restricted by court sanctions will be the basis on which the jury will view and interpret the evidence before them. As jurors their minds are not blank nor are they exclusively limited to...