Jury Vetting

Spot biases before they impact your trial

In an era where the pursuit of justice is more critical than ever, it’s important to uncover potential biases among jurors early in the process before it impacts your verdict. Jury vetting allows legal teams to optimize their jury selection, reduce risks, tailor their arguments, and improve their chances of achieving a successful outcome.

We uncover vital insights into potential jurors’ backgrounds, beliefs, and biases, equipping you with powerful intelligence to enable a winning strategy in the courtroom.

Why Conduct Jury Vetting?

What We Investigate

We’ve performed thousands of investigations nationally and globally, helping some of the largest law firms, organizations, and brands in the world on their most high-stakes challenges. Below are just some of the research areas we check in our jury vetting investigations:

  • Name
  • Date of birth
  • Address
  • Social media
  • Professional History
  • Political ideology
  • Wealth & lifestyle
  • Household members
  • Household interests
  • Hobbies and lifestyle
  • Community demographics
  • Address history
  • Criminal history
  • Socioeconomic data
  • Property ownership
  • Voter registration
  • Voting history
  • Education

National Jury Vetting Services

We conduct investigations on potential jurors nationwide. No matter where your trial is held, our investigators can uncover facts and develop deep insights on jurors anywhere in the country.

Who Should Conduct an Asset Investigation?

Your Trusted Partner

At Nighthawk Strategies, we’re committed to providing you with reliable, accurate, and relevant information to support your decision-making processes. Our professional private investigation services are designed to help you win more cases, save time, mitigate risks, and be more informed. Your peace of mind is our top priority.

Contact us today for a free consultation to discuss your specific needs and discover how we can help.

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Tell us about your case and we’ll follow up to answer questions or schedule a consultation.

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