The Taylor Swift trial begins August 7, 2017 in Denver. Taylor Swift alleges that David Mueller, a Denver country music DJ, “lifted her skirt and grabbed her ass” when taking a picture with Swift before her concert. She relayed these assertions to Mueller’s employer, who promptly fired him. Mueller then sued Swift, saying she was lying about him and that her lies cost him his career. Swift filed counterclaims, asserting Mueller battered her.
Empirical Jury began receiving requests for comment on the case, so it ran a 300 person jury study in order to provide detailed analysis. The results are surprising, showing that Swift is slightly behind, but that careful jury selection and focus on specific issues could swing the verdict.
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The below video features commentary by Empirical Jury founder John Campbell.