Our Pricing Options
The cost of submitting a case depends on the type of presentation you make to the jury.
Each of the options below entitles you to also submit up to 4 documentary exhibits (such as photographs or short documents) to a panel of 15 jurors.
For each option below, you may also submit up to 5 "Verdict Questions" (like the ones you plan to submit at your actual trial) and 5 "Feedback Questions" (to get jurors' impressions, reactions, etc.). Responses to these questions will be presented to you in a number of reports that you can view on the TrialJuries site, or download and print.
The limitations on the scope of presentations, and number of exhibits and questions to the jury, are designed to keep the burden on the jurors to a certain level. If you have a more complex case that requires larger submissions, more jurors, or more questions to the jury, let us know and we will work with you to accommodate your needs.
For $2000, you can make an audio presentation to the jury. Under this option you would record an audio statement of the case for plaintiff and defendant (much like an opening argument, although the details are up to you). Audio presentations should be limited to about 20 minutes total.Signup
For $2500, you can submit a video presentation. As with the audio presentation, a video statement of the case for plaintiff and defendant will most likely resemble an opening statement. You can, however, include demonstrative evidence, etc. Video presentations should be limited to about 20 minutes total.Signup