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I recently had the honor of being invited to speak on a podcast with Adam Klasfeld. As Mr. Klasfeld explains: On the latest episode of Law & Crime’s podcast, “Objections: with Adam Klasfeld,” appellate attorney Christopher Keleher, who also wrote the University of San Francisco Law Review article “The Repercussions of Anonymous Juries” in 2010, details the fascinating history of anonymous juries, laying out their benefits and drawbacks.

Mr. Klasfeld and I also spoke about the possibility of an anonymous jury in the trial of former President Trump and Jean Carroll.

A link to the podcast information can be found here:

About the Author
Christopher Keleher clerked for the Hon. William J. Bauer of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.  This unique opportunity provided Mr. Keleher with an invaluable understanding of the inner workings of an appellate court.  He saw what persuades judges and what does not, and utilizes this knowledge every time he writes an appellate brief. The Keleher Appellate Law Group handles all phases of appellate litigation in federal and state courts across the country. Read more here.