Take court cases, conflict resolution, negotiations and settlements out of the courthouse and on to your phone with Jury.
Jury lets you litigate disputes with a jury of your peers virtually to resolve issues. Present claims, evidence and arguments to get a fair, nonbinding verdict from a chosen or randomized jury, rather than filing a lawsuit.
Get conflict resolution for arguments, legal matters and any other issues you may have. Dispute resolution does not always need to involve lawyers and a court room; you can settle out of court with Jury.
Get nonbinding arbitration in a virtual courthouse. Jurors are selected by the plaintiff and defendant, or jurors can be assigned to a case. Present your court case, argument and evidence and let the jury decide.
For dispute resolution from contract negotiations to disagreements over where to go for dinner to monetary claims, let Jury help your case.
- Conflict resolution for arguments and disputes.
- Settle claims over money, contacts or other issues.
- Jurors for cases large and small.
- Nonbinding arbitration for any dispute.
- Present evidence and pertinent information
- Give arguments for your case.
- Present arguments within a time frame and let the jury decide your fate.
- Virtual court cases with a jury of your peers.
- Jurors are selected by the plaintiff and defendant individually.
- Jurors can be chosen randomly to avoid bias.
- Jurors will hear your arguments, discuss, and decide on a verdict.
- Let the jury help settle your disputes.
Get eJustice and dispute resolution in a virtual courthouse with a real jury. Download Jury today.
The Jury App allows users to register an account and post a case. While posting a case, the Plaintiff selects the Defendant in the case and can select up to 6 Jurors to adjudicate on the case. Defendants can also select a maximum of 6 Jurors for the case. The Defendant can post his/her rebuttal for the case. Jurors can view case details, post questions to the Plaintiff and/or Defendant, view other Jurors queries and the responses they received, and vote on the case. Voting needs to be completed within the deadline set by the Plaintiff for the case.