Jury is the civil way to settle disputes among friends, family and close ones.
One of the most tried and true ways of settling an argument or dispute is to consult a neutral third party. But even friends aren’t always neutral. Finding a truly neutral person can be challenging, and that’s where Jury comes in.
Jury helps settle disputes, arguments, negotiations and claims in a virtual courthouse. Whether it’s deciding where to go for dinner, monetary disputes or you want to solve the age-old the mystery of who keeps leaving their dishes in the sink, Jury provides a fun, nonbinding way to settle such issues. Rather than relying on the opinion of a single, ‘neutral’ friend, each party can select 6 anonymous jurors from around the world who have agreed to listen to the case.
Once the jury is selected, you can upload and present your evidence. The jury will review it and vote one way or another. Because the verdict is nonbinding, you’re not forced to accept it. But having neutral 12 individuals giving their perspective from a position of logic and reason will no doubt help to settle a dispute.
When you have a dispute that involved a lot of yelling and bad feelings, the result is rarely positive, even if you ‘win’. So why not circumvent the yelling in the first place, and take it straight to Jury? Remember that, if you want to help others resolve their disputes, you can also offer your services as a virtual juror. Who knows, it could be fun!