J. Warner Wallace: As a police officer and detective Wallace has been involved in many high profile cold-case trials (four of these have been featured on Dateline.) He has never suffered a loss in any of these trials. People sometimes ask him what the secret to his success is attributed to. In his experience every case is won or lost at jury selection. You can have the best prosecutor and the best case but if you don’t have the right jury, it’s all for nothing. As it turns out, every case is dependent on the lack of presuppositional bias. This is what causes people to see the same evidence and come to different conclusions.
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Justin Holcomb is an Episcopal minister (serving as the Canon for Vocations in the Diocese of Central Florida) and teaches theology at Gordon-Conwell-Theological Seminary and Reformed Theological Seminary. You can read more from Justin […]