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June 6, 2014

For H.T. Smith, director of the trial advocacy program at the Florida International University College of Law, it's all about gestures and long pauses when he's addressing a jury.

Sedgwick partner Ramon Abadin's trial secret: sit on the edge of your seat while the defense is speaking, ready to jump up, button your jacket and object in a second.

Ed Blumberg, a partner at Deutsch & Blumberg in Miami, saves money by having a paralegal or staffer act as his unpaid jury consultant, taking notes and Googling potential jurors during voir dire.

And Jennifer Altman, a partner at Boise, Schiller & Flexner in Miami, sits in on trials and jury selection of litigators...

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