- Glad to be of help. If a focus group can't advise the Plaintiff as to
what must have caused his difficulties with this product, then who can?
--- In email@example.com, Jurydoctor@a... wrote:
> Perhaps you should put together a mock jury and ask them what facts
> (alleged) might be added to the plaintiff's case that would best help
> them to win, because no such facts are shown in your case summary.
> Obviously you won't want ask similar questions on behalf of the
> defendant, as the absence of facts seems to be to their benefit at the
> good idea.. we plan on doing a focus group in mid July, personally
> these cases are nearly impossible for the plaintiff to win.
> How would anyone know what caused the guy's problems? so many
> these herbs without any bad effects.
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