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Download sample scripts for an example of how you can make The Final Verdict an interactive feature that will keep your listeners engaged each day!

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Topics featured in the download above:

A Foreclosure Sale - The bank just foreclosed on your house and sold the house for a rate that was higher than your original loan amount - can you realistically expect to receive a check from the bank for the difference?

Obtaining a Green Card - Is a legal marriage an automatic ticket for an illegal alien to receive a green card?

The Neighbor's Fence - Your neighbor promised to fix the damage to your fence, but a year's passed with no repair to the fence.  Can you sue and finally get some resolution?
Contest for Callers
Create a real live Courtroom Drama by inviting callers to be in the Jury Box.  Pit two Jurors against one another, gather a little character background, and Commence Proceedings. After hearing the Merits of the Case, listeners will debate the Final Verdict.   After all opinions have been deliberated, a concise, easy to understand Final Verdict is revealed.

Besides the obvious sponsorship adjacencies, award your Jury Pool with a coupon or prize for a correct guess.  Any sponsor would appreciate the constant mention of their brand as a reward, as well as the increased traffic at their location.
Legal Terms for On-Air Talent
Opening Arguments
Courtroom Drama
Jury Pool
Legal Proceedings
Jury Box
Merits of the Case
Jury Selection
Arrest Report
Order in the Court
Presiding Judge
Jurors
Sequestered
Ex Parte
Subpoena
Trail By Jury
Prosecutor
The Litigants are Entering the Courtroom Now
Defendant
Plaintiff
Conflict of Interest
Public Defender
Interrogate
Cross Examination
Self Incrimination
Petty Crime
Beyond Reasonable Doubt
Quid Pro Quo
Jury Deliberations
Witnesses
Power of Attorney
Habeas Corpus
Evidence
Non Admissible Evidence
Motion to Dismiss
Hearsay
Burden of Proof
Criminal
If The Glove Don’t Fit...
Contempt of Court
Reasonable Doubt
On Trial
Pretext
I Rest My Case
Overruled
Summary Judgment
The Evidence Speaks For Itself
Confession
Closing Arguments
While the Jury Deliberates...
Guilty as Sin
The Verdict Is In
Hung Jury
The Jury Is Still Out
Double Jeopardy
Sentencing
Appeal
Judge’s Ruling
Mistrial