On the latest episode of Closing Arguments, we delve deep into the heart of the justice system and explore "The Anatomy of a Trial." In this thought-provoking episode, we take our listeners on an enlightening journey through the intricate process of a courtroom trial.
Hosted by John Razumich, this episode sheds light on every phase of a trial, from its inception to its conclusion. We demystify the proceedings and break down the roles of key players, including judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys, witnesses, and jurors, to reveal how they shape the outcome of a case.
0:06 - Introduction and overview on the topic of the day
1:53 - What happens before a trial ever begins
7:30 - How jury selection is conducted and why it's such an important part of a trial
16:30 - Diversifying a jury to give multiple perspectives on a given case
21:26 - Preliminary instructions at the pre-trial matters hearing
29:50 - How evidence and exhibits come into play during a trial
35:07 - The various stages at the conclusion of a trial
43:00 - Jury deliberations and the reading of the verdict
50:01 - How you can get in touch with John and his team for representation