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Thursday, April 23, 2009

If you have ever had an interest in courtroom TV programs, you may enjoy a work from home position where you determine verdicts as an online juror. Lawyers seeking preliminary feedback on current or potential cases use various e-juror web sites as a cost-effective tool for research and focus groups. The feedback they receive helps them to decide whether to promote case settlement or prepare for trial. Sites including eJury.com, OnlineVerdict.com, and TrialPractice.com hire home-based e-jurors to assist with such needs.

eJury.com pays the least of the three sites. They offer $5 - $10 for each verdict rendered. Those working for eJury.com log into a specified website to review facts and answer questions pertaining to a specific case and then conclude by clicking a "submit verdict" button. As per the eJury.com website, the average time spent on each case is approximately 35 minutes.

OnlineVerdict.com pays $20 - $60 per case depending on the complexity and length of the case. This site works much the same as eJury.com with regard to logging onto a specified website, reviewing case facts and answering questions. E-jurors get to choose the cases they want to review. The average time spent on each case is between 20 minutes and one hour, depending on the details of the case.

TrialPractice.com operates by random e-juror selection, much the same as traditional jury selection. If you are selected, you will be paid $100 - $150 for each case/session as soon as a verdict is rendered. The cases are a little more time consuming than eJury.com and OnlineVerdict.com, taking a few hours of your time.

There are some basic requirements that need to be met with all three of these e-juror companies such as participants must be US citizens and at least 18 years of age. Be sure to review all three of these sites and their requirements before signing on as a participant.

Provided By: G. Bernstein
Work From Home with West At Home. West at Home offers work from home telephone agent positions for fortune 500 and other large companies. West at Home agents work on a variety of projects such as obtaining, entering and verifying customer information, answering questions, resolving issues, explaining sales features or offering additional products or services.
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