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Analyze the substantive issues involved in the tort action to determine thoughtful questions that might expose potential juror bias to your client. Do not include basic general questions such as age, gender, race, or marital status as these types of questions would be provided to the legal team from the court.

Read the entire Tort Case Study found in Appendix 1 of your text Civil Litigation, found on pp 423-460. Think about what kind of jurors you and your trial team would hope to have on your jury if this case went to trial. Based on your evaluation, create a list of 10 questions that you would want the judge and your supervising attorney to ask of potential jurors. Analyze the substantive issues involved in the tort action to determine thoughtful questions that might expose potential juror bias to your client. Do not include basic general questions such as age, gender, race, or marital status as these types of questions would be provided to the legal team from the court.

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