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The Philosophy of Jury Selection

12:55      Welcome and Introductions

1:00        The Philosophy of Jury Selection

Joshua M. "Josh" Phanco, Watts Law Group, Shallotte

In this three-hour session, participants gain essential insights into the philosophy and thought processes essential to selecting an informed and impartial jury. A spectrum of crucial elements is covered, including identifying and attacking the issue, clearing up legal difficulties and strengthening weak points early in the trial process.

This program includes two 10-minute breaks.

4:20        Adjourn

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Description

In this three-hour program, participants gain essential insights into the philosophy and thought processes essential to selecting an informed and impartial jury.

Contributors

  • Joshua M. "Josh" Phanco

    Joshua M. "Josh" Phanco is an associate attorney at Watts Law Group in Shallotte. He is a highly experienced and accomplished trial attorney with a reputation for going above and beyond in his efforts to secure the best outcome for victims of crime.

    Out of law school, Josh was recruited to join the Harris County District Attorney's Office in Houston, TX. In his 10-year career as a prosecutor he tried more than sixty cases, ranging from DWIs to murders and capital murders. As a felony chief prosecutor in the Major Offenders division, he was tasked with handling extremely complex, high-profile serial killer murders and gang war killings.

    Josh earned his B.A. in Philosophy and Historty from the University of Kentucky and his J.D. from Loyola University New Orleans School of Law.

    Click here for more information about Josh.

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February 19, 2024
Mon 12:55 PM EST

Duration 3H 25M

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