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HIGHLIGHTS OF OUR MEDIA APPEARANCES AND PRESENTATIONS

Picking a Jury for the Van Dyke Trial (Fox News Chicago)

Dave Zehner, Partner at Zehner Trial Consulting, discusses jury selection for the trial of Chicago police office Jason Van Dyke with Fox 32 Chicago.

WGN Radio's John Williams Interviews Dave

Jury Consultant and Partner at Zehner Trial Consulting Dave Zehner tells John how much impact demographic has on the verdict of the Jason Van Dyke trial. Listeners ask why John even wants to know.

Alex Trebek Calls Dave "Evil"

Dave Zehner, Partner at Zehner Trial Consulting, was a contestant on Jeopardy! During the contestant interview, Alex Trebek asked Dave what it was like being a jury consultant as many people view them as "evil". Watch Dave Zehner's response to this questioning by Alex Trebek.

Attorney Fees Mock Trial

Video clip of a jury research exercise showing how jurors easily escalate damages, especially when attorney fees are considered. The deliberations were based upon a fictitious case that involved a general liability matter.

Jury Research Exercise

Video clips of a jury research exercise designed to elicit the opinions and inclinations of surrogate jurors in regards to the Affordable Care Act. The deliberations were based upon a fictitious case that involved ACA evidence.

NBC5 News

Dave Zehner, partner at Zehner Trial Consulting, is interviewed about the Casey Anthony verdict.

The Talk

Dave Zehner, Partner at Zehner Trial Consulting, discusses the Casey Anthony verdict on The Talk with Marion Brooks. Dave breaks down the sentencing, the public reaction and what may have been going through the juror's minds in their decision-making process.

Weekends with Whitney

Dave Zehner, partner at Zehner Trial Consulting, explains the decision -making process of jurors in criminal cases on Weekends With Whitney.

WGN Radio

Legally Speaking with Karen Conti-Dave Zehner discusses current issues related to trial consulting, including the upcoming jury verdict in the case involving a bus shelter severely injuring a bystander, which ultimately resulted in a $148 million verdict against the city.