If you want to make an extra $1 per minute, or up to $60/hour on the side at home without working, check out this site:
It's Online Verdict.
What is Online Verdict?
Online Verdict is a mock jury site.
Here, you can get paid to take part in a mock jury, review a case and answer a few questions.
There are no right or wrong answers because you are just giving an opinion about a situation like you would if you were part of a jury in an actual trial.
Except you get to do all of this at home in only 20-60 minutes!
To take part in mock juries online, you must be 18 years of age or older, be a U.S. citizen and fill out some demographic information about yourself, so they can see if you fit with the type of juror they're looking for, depending on the trial.
How it works:
Once you're signed up, they send you trial invites to your email if you fit the location and demographic that the attorney is looking for.
You also get to choose your trials.
It's up to you whether to accept trial invites or not.
Here are some other FAQs about Online Verdict:
Are there any long-term commitments?
No, there aren't.
Can you participate on other mock jury sites?
Yes, you can.
Are there any fees to sign up?
No, it's all free.
How much do you get paid?
Typically, $20-$60 per case.
Usually, it's around $1 per minute on average.
How do you get paid?
You get paid by check in the mail within 1-2 weeks after completing a case.
Are taxes automatically taken out?
No, you are an independent contractor that must report your own taxes.
However, they will send you a 1099 if you make $600 or more in a calendar year.
Does location affect how many cases are available?
Yes, it does.
“Online Verdict jurors are only allowed to review cases in the county or Federal District in which they live.
This is how real jurors are chosen and attorneys want to know what jurors in their particular venue think about the facts of their case.
Occasionally we have national surveys that all OnlineVerdict jurors may participate in.”
Also, the number of cases available to you is dependent on how many attorneys in your local area using the system at a given time.
How long do trials take?
Usually, 20-60 minutes is all.
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