TV shows and movies present a glimpse into the workings of courtroom trials. Many potential jurors, however, aren't sure what awaits them when they receive a jury summons in the mail.

Bill Bailey, a professor from practice at UW Law with experience as both a plaintiff and defense attorney, offers advice on how to maximize your contributions as a juror. He covers what you should expect during opening arguments, the difference between witnesses and expert witnesses, one thing you should do during deliberations, and other topics.