Mock JuryTrials?

Good Morning everyone, my name is Susan and I have been in the mystery shopping / focus group field for a couple of years now. Does anyone out there by chance know of a company that recruits for Mock Jury Trials?

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I don't know of any company that does. In my area they are solicited by the law firms themselves.
These had good reviews and I recently set up for, though nothing is certain that you'll be contacted of course but worth a shot.
I just did an ejury mock trial. It was very, very simple and paid within 10 days.

Based in MD, near DC
Shopping from the Carolinas to New York
Have video cam; will travel

Poor customer service? Don't get mad; get video.
Thanks for everyone for your responses I did a mock trial about 5 years ago and it was for 5 days and I was paid $700 for my time. Its every profitable but it’s hard to find these assignments. I do surveys, focus groups, mystery shopping etc., which feels like a full time job.
Do these mock juries really pay that well? Or are they usually like mystery shopping (10 or 12 bucks?).
They range from about $20 to $100's depending on the company. It is all outlined ahead of time though so you pick if it'll be
worth if to you.
Oh wow...I've never heard of this! I went to the sites and signed up. I hope I get picked!!! smiling smiley
I have been looking on and off, and find nothing available in the L.A. area.
I checked many of the sites listed above.

When you know better you do better....

Everone many thanks for the responses on the Mock Juries...........BUT has anyone heard of BEST SHOPPING DIRECTORIES - Their online at home JOB posting
The job I was trying to apply for was no longer available but...
The Mystery Shopper and Personal Shopper job positions are currently unavailable, besides, it's a highly accountable positions and require some experience in this business, so we will never offer it to a stranger, even with a perfect resume. Instead, we offer you to start with much easier yet profitable part-time position of MAIL MANAGER, which will help you to gain some experience, and let you pursue the Mystery Shopper or Personal Shopper job positions in future.    MAIL MANAGERS provide service to those Personal Shoppers, who don't have storage facilities or just don't want to bother themselves reshipping the orders. So they process orders for us, and get them shipped to MAIL MANAGER (to YOU), who inspect packages and ship them out to customers using prepaid postage labels we provide.       
   In few words, You will be receiving deliveries from online stores, items purchased by our Personal Shoppers. Your duties include inspecting packages to make sure that contents are safe, not damaged and packaged well enough. As soon as you report receipt of the package, we provide you with PREPAID postage USPS/UPS/FedEx/DHL labels, so you can print it out and ship a package out using nearest USPS/UPS/FedEx/DHL store.    You will not be involved in any of the things which you would like to avoid, like filling out any kind of labels, invoices and/or export documents. All paperwork you get is completely pre-filled and prepaid, so there is nothing you should pay out of your pocket. NO hidden fees, NO additional charges.    Salary is paid on a monthly basis through Paycheck or PayPal. We pay $25.00 per processed mail piece (each inspected and shipped out box). ANYBODY IS IT A SCAM ---

I currently work for about 10 mystery companies. I am currently looking for a couple more reliable companies. Can anyone suggest maybe a MEDICAL SECRET SHOPPER COMPANY.......
BTW, the shipping gig has to be a scam. Try doing some research. There is something up with items being shipped overseas and I can't recall the particulars right now. The phrase "export documents" is a huge red flag to me.

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I agree. The fact alone that there isn't any information, good or bad, on the world wide web on them is a concern to me, and anything that has to do with overseas and printing your own shipping labels from their emails. I've come to see a pattern with these scams: finding no information on a company is a bad company in my book.
I missed the part about printing the shipping labels which obviously means you have to use a link. No thank you.

I know this is not a thread on scams and phishing, but I've been getting some new ones from YouTube telling my video has been accepted and I need to use the link to verify. I'm fairly sure I wasn't so drunk as to submit a video to YouTube, like ever.

Wine! Because no great story ever started with someone eating a salad.
Never try to teach a pig to sing. It's a waste of your time and it really annoys the pig.
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