DecisionQuest’s Edward P. Schwartz was interviewed by the Boston Globe on the Tsarnaev trial. “The only question before [the judge] is, can this person serve appropriately in this case,” said Edward Schwartz, a jury consultant with DecisionQuest, a Waltham-based litigation consulting firm. But for the lawyers on both sides, much can be gleaned from a prospective juror’s answers to the 100 questions posed by the court. “You can get insight into which way those people are likely to go,” Schwartz said.
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