The jury had awarded a $4 million decision for the plaintiff.
When the clerk finished reading how the jury came up … Continue Reading
Sometime in the late morning the jury came back with a second question related to economic damages, which is usually a gr… Continue Reading
As I mentioned in my last post, I’d noticed a conference between the DuPont and Pine Island Farms attorneys concernin… Continue Reading
On the first full day of deliberations in the Castillo-DuPont case, as the lawyers were going through the evidence with… Continue Reading
Judge Donner had spent a considerable amount of time explaining the evidence in the Castillo-DuPont case to the jurors… Continue Reading
On the morning of June 6, 1996, the jury was ushered into the courtroom just as it had been every other morning for the prev… Continue Reading
The total damages we were pursuing in the Castillo-DuPont case were in the general range of $20 to $30 million.
Ba… Continue Reading
I was in the middle of my closing arguments in the Castillo-Dupont case. Although I spent the bulk of my 90 minutes going t… Continue Reading
I was ready to close the case.
Judge Donner instructed her clerk, Ray, to bring the jury back into the courtroom to … Continue Reading
In my last post, I mentioned something sneaky that the defense was doing: one of the lawyers had used blowups of testimon… Continue Reading