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April 05, 2011


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Jon Lewis

I agree with your take on this issue. The framing of questions can affect the outcome. This is why it is important to consider this concept during voir dire, and the framing of questions can affect the outcome of various polls. When the results say referrals are the number one method for finding an attorney, this can be accomplished via fb and twitter through crowd sourcing. That is the same thing as a referral but with new technology.

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