The New York Post and the Persuasive Litigation blog have reviewed Acquittal. See below for snippets from these reviews and links to the full articles.
“There was shock across the country in 2011 when 25-year-old Orlando mom Casey Anthony was found not guilty of the murder of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee.”
“But there was one person who saw it coming.”
“Richard Gabriel is one of the country’s top trial consultants, working with defendants in high-profile cases to help steer the trial toward acquittal.
Having worked on more than a thousand trials, including those of Anthony, O.J. Simpson and Phil Spector, his expertise comes in helping defense teams learn which factors will most strongly influence jurors, and this begins with the all-important jury selection.”
“In his new book, “Acquittal,” Gabriel shows how he picked the juries that would say ‘not guilty.’…”
“Litigators — both civil and criminal — consultants, and interested court watchers all over America should read ‘Acquittal.'”
“The book deserves to be read by those seeking a deeper understanding of not only these cases, but of American-style justice in all cases as well.”