On May 31, 2013, the Indiana Lawyer reported on a hearing in the Bei Bei Shuai trial. The story — “Jurors May be Asked Mental Health, Suicide Questions in Shuai Case” – quoted in-court arguments made by Dennis P. Stolle in support of a supplemental juror questionnaire and certain voir dire topics.
On March 21, 2013, Dr. Dennis P. Stolle served on the faculty of the Defense Research Institute’s Annual Trial Tactics Seminar in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dr. Stolle presented a plenary session titled: The Law, Art, and Science of Demonstrative Exhibits.
Stolle, D. P. (March 2013). The law, art, and science of demonstrative exhibits. Presentation at the Defense Research Institute (DRI) Trial Tactics Seminar, conducted in Las Vega, Nevada.
On March 17, 2013, the Indianapolis Star published “Knowing How a Jury May Lean,” featuring an interview with ThemeVision consultant, Dennis Stolle, about the nature and growth of the jury consulting industry and about his involvement in jury selection in United States v. Bales, which was tried in South Bend, Indiana.
Stolle, D. P. (March 2013). Jury selection and voir dire. Presentation at the 16th Annual Trial Advocacy Skills College of the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, conducted in Indianapolis, Indiana.
On March 9, 2013, Dr. Dennis P. Stolle served on the faculty of the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum’s 16th Annual Trial Advocacy Skills College. Dr. Stolle presented the plenary session on Jury Selection and Voir Dire and coaches individual students on voir dire and opening statement skills.