GoToVerdict is an internet-based application that delivers comprehensive data and research on prospective jurors to trial attorneys and other members of their team during jury selection, instantaneously.
The application also gives the trial team the option of commenting on and rating the prospective jurors while simultaneously allowing limitless numbers of remote users to monitor the selection and support the trial team.
...and much more!
Actual Screenshot from GoToVerdict
Screen from our app showing what the main page looks like during a jury selection. The left side of this screen shows a quick snapshot of all of the prospective jurors and the right side is the activity feed that provides GoToVerdict’s juror updates, your team's comments and ratings on the prospective jurors.
Wouldn't you like to know what your jurors are really thinking and what they are like in real life?
Select Better Juries
Sample List of Prospective Jurors
Zoomed-in view of the juror list on the left side of the main page showing a sample list of jurors with cursor mouse- overs showing. This view provides a quick snapshot of each juror including gender, political affiliation, home ownership, judgments, tax liens, bankruptcies, and ratings by your team. The lead trial attorney’s rating is in yellow and the ratings of others on the jury selection team are in gray. All icons are live (multiple mouseovers are depicted).
Sample Detailed Juror Profile
Screen from our app showing what a detailed profile page for a prospective juror would look like to you. This view provides further details on each prospective juror including criminal records, accidents, social media posts and likes, employment, education, in the news, and much more.
Company & Leadership
GoToVerdict was founded by experienced trial attorneys with over 100 years of combined trial experience. The proprietary analytics used to evaluate individual jurors and jury panels was developed over years of successful, real-world trial experience. GoToVerdict’s founders have used these analytics to select better juries that are more inclined to return favorable verdicts.