As noted legal technology blogger Robert Ambrogi points out in his blog, a company is now offering mock juries on the cheap. The online service TrialJuries purports to provide online replication of a mock jury, where an attorney will provide written, audio, and/or video content to 15 jurors who will then provide answers to your special verdict form. While I am an avid supporter of technologies that make an attorney's job easier, I am also a bit wary when the technological "solution" eliminates the human touch that may ultimately be the deciding factor in a case. That said, it may be a relatively cost-effective way to receive lay feedback on smaller cases. Pricing is $1,500 for text-only presentations, $2,000 for audio presentations, and $2,500 for video presentations. Each option permits five "special verdict" questions and five "feedback questions."