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Jury Dynamics

Jury Dynamics

Jury Dynamics

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The foreperson sends the judge a note — the 12 jurors simply can't agree. A judge tells them to work it out, but how? The jury hearing the Tyco trial is hardly the first to reach a logjam. Juries are well prepared to hear evidence, but are they prepared for the deliberations that follow? Join NPR's Neal Conan and his guests for a look inside the jury room.

Guests:

Andrew Ross Sorkin
*Business reporter for The New York Times, has covered Tyco trial for six months

Paul Lisnek
*Trial lawyer and jury consultant
*Author of The Hidden Jury