An attorney preparing for trial has a daunting list of things to worry about as the trial approaches. Motions in limine need to be written and opposed. A trial brief setting forth how the law and evidence apply to the case must be filed. Witnesses must be subpoenaed, scheduled and prepared. Jury instructions must be selected and proposed. PowerPoints for opening statement need to be created. Exhibits need to be produced, copied, marked, and organized into exhibit binders. Who has time to prepare for voir dire? Typically, motions in limine, witness issues, evidence issues, and courtroom presentation issues are still in flux while jury selection is underway. It makes sense to delegate the difficult and specialized task of jury selection to the experts. JuryPickers™ will carry that weight.