are increasingly aware that many of their cases involve a core theme
which manifests as a specific
trial focus in the courtroom. Dr. Yamins is a psychiatrist, with
more than twenty-five years of litigation consulting experience, who
a specific, successful and readily applicable method for defining
and addressing the core theme and its associated courtroom dynamics
are significant in many trials. This is useful in all the major
phases of a trial, especially in connection with jury profiling, jury
during voir dire, witness preparation, direct & cross examination,
opening statements and closing arguments.
It is essential to deliberately and adequately address the core case
dynamic. Failure to do so can leave an attorney resonating, unknowingly,
with the underlying core trial theme in ways that are completely adverse
to his entire case.