Jury Trial: Are Rich Celebrities Treated Differently During Trial? – Huffington Post Article Inspired by Famous US Lawyer Eric Dubin In UK Oscar Pistorius CaseCategories: Dubin In The Media | News | Orange County Personal Injury Lawyer | The Star Chamber (Book)
Wow. I’m honored. My book, The Star Chamber: How Celebrities Go Free and Their Lawyers Become Famous, is going international.
Dr Raj Persaud and Helina Hakkanen-Nyholm of the Huffington Post UK recenly published the article, “The Oscar Pistorius Trial: Psychologists Predict How a Jury Would Decide” reporting on a study investigating the influence of celebrity status and its potential interaction with race.
“Are Celebrities Charged with Murder Likely to be Acquitted?’ is the title of a unique psychology experiment, inspired by boasts of a famous US lawyer, Eric Dubin, who claimed practically unbeatable court room strategies for representing celebrities, accused of committing serious crimes…
…The psychologists who conducted the experiment on celebrities in court, Maria Wong, Michael Murtagh, Alan Goodboy, Amy Hackney and Lynn McCutcheon, were partly inspired by Dubin. His book on this subject: The Star Chamber: How Celebrities Go Free and Their Lawyers Become Famous, argued psychology was crucial in verdicts from trials of celebrities.”
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