Here is a post on Professor Larry Ribstein’s Ideoblog about the problems with a jury deciding a very complex case such as was presented in the Enron trial. The  post includes excerpts from post-trial comments by jurors which largely indicate that they did not have a complete grasp of the issues or the law. This is an example, among other things, of why many believe that the Delaware Court of Chancery, which does not have juries, and where cases are decided by the jurists only, is a preferred forum to have complex cases adjudicated.