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ThemeVision sponsored the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyer’s 5th Annual White Collar Crime Seminar as an exhibitor in New York on October 1-2, 2009. The conference was held at Fordham Law School and focused on critical and emerging issues in the defense of individuals and organizations accused of white collar crimes, including issues relating to … more »
The September 2009 issue of The Washington Lawyer quoted ThemeVision trial consultant, Dennis Stolle, in an article titled "Legal System Atwitter with Possibilities for Social Media."  The Washington Lawyer interviewed Dr. Stolle regarding the impact that social networking sites, blogs, and other new media have on the process of jury selection.  Dr. Stolle also discussed … more »
Stolle, D. P. (August 2009). Framing and communicating the complex business case. In Greene, C. (Chair), Techniques and strategies in unraveling and presenting the complex business case. Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana seminar, conducted in Indianapolis, Indiana.
On August 27, 2009, Dr. Dennis P. Stolle spoke at the Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana’s seminar, Techniques and Strategies in Unraveling and Presenting the Complex Business Case, which was held in Indianapolis, Indiana. Dr. Stolle’s presentation, titled Framing and Communicating the Complex Business Case, focused on techniques for the development and presentation of a … more »
On August 8, 2009, the Indianapolis Star quoted ThemeVision president and trial consultant, Dennis Stolle, regarding the jury selection process in the death penalty trial relating to the "Hamilton Avenue slayings."  Stolle discussed the potential benefits of the written questionnaire that was administered as part of the jury selection process.  The defendant in the trial, Desmond Turner, … more »