To influence the jury's verdict, attorneys may appeal to the jury's emotions.
To provide a biassed picture, lawyers might offer only certain pieces of evidence.
To influence a desired response from a witness, lawyers may ask leading questions.
Attorneys may use expert testimony to establish credibility and authority.
Attorneys may use tactics to influence the selection of the jury to their advantage.
Attorneys may use aggressive cross-examination techniques to discredit witnesses.
Attorneys may appeal to jurors' biases, such as race or gender, to influence their decision.