Inside the Mind of a Juror
Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017 - Noon - 1:00pm MT
This seminar will focus on several common misconceptions and beliefs that we all hold – for example that eyewitness testimony is reliable and that memory of a traumatic event is better than regular memory. Climb inside the mind of a juror and their perceptions with Gary Shockey on Dec. 13th.
About Your Speaker:
Gary L. Shockey was born in Casper, Wyoming in 1950. He attended public schools there, graduating from Kelly Walsh High School in 1969. He was active in many school activities and received the Principal’s award as the outstanding graduating senior.
Gary attended Yale University, graduating in 1973 with honors, earning dual degrees in Political Science and Sociology. He was honored with the Mead Cup, for outstanding service to his college. He enjoyed his four years on the East Coast, but knew he wanted to return to Wyoming.
Gary entered law school at the University of Wyoming and graduated in 1976. While in law school, he was on the staff of the Law Review and active in the Defender Aid program. During the summers he was an intern for Bob Schuster, The Spence Law Firm and for the Natrona County Public Defender. He entered the legal workforce as assistant public defender and also started a private practice.
Gary became as associate with The Spence Law Firm in 1978. He moved from Casper to Jackson, Wyoming in 1979 and became a partner in the law firm in 1982. He currently practices on his own.
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