Whether you need help with contract negotiations or you can’t decide where to go for dinner, Jury helps settle personal disagreements in a virtual courtroom.
Each party selects a jury of 6 anonymous individuals from around the world who have agreed to listen to your case. Supply evidence in the form of statements, photos, videos and documents to present your case. The jury will review and vote one way or another.
Because sometimes, especially among friends and loved ones, it can be difficult to settle a dispute. Each of us wants to be right – we may even think we are right – and this is rarely results in a satisfactory outcome. Even if one of you ‘wins’ the argument, you’ve likely annoyed the other person and this can escalate into yet another argument later down the line.
By cutting out the yelling and emotionally charged argument altogether, and heading straight for Jury, you’ll save a lot of stress. The verdict is nonbinding and you don’t have to listen to it, but sometimes it can help just having the perspective of 12 random individuals viewing the situation objectively.
Next time you’re in an argument, why not give it a try? If you’re lucky enough to never get into conflicts, or you like being involved in somebody else’s, you can try your hand at being a juror, too.