Bull: Profiling The Profilers

We've watched as the master jury consultant—along with the other members of the Trial Analysis Corp.—carefully select the perfect jury members, mold their clients into the perfect defendants, and tailor the defense's narrative to get their clients off. Let's take a crack and profiling the experts with what we know so far.

Dr. Jason Bull: A man of many talents.

Dr. Jason Bull: A man of many talents.

Now that we've seen Dr. Jason Bull and his team in action a few times, we're starting to learn more about the characters and their backstories. To help keep you up to speed, we've decided to turn the tables on TAC and profile the profilers! We'll start at the top...

Dr. Jason Bull runs TAC, a highly successful trial consulting firm based in New York City. He's never lost, but one time he didn't win, either.

While he may have three Ph.D.s, it seems he might need a lesson in love. He's divorced (from Benny's sister, no less!) and it seems one of his exes lives in Texas (though Bull and Diana, a patent lawyer from the longhorn state, weren't "official"). We've also seen pictures of him sporting a mustachioed look, which has mixed reviews from those around him.

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Benny Colon: A lawyer with an unwavering moral compass.

Benny Colon: A lawyer with an unwavering moral compass.

Though Benny Colon had a 93% conviction rate as a district attorney, he left that side of the law because he refused to complete a case against a man he believed to be innocent. After joining TAC, he argued plenty of mock trials but it took awhile before he returned to a real courtroom.

Benny also took a break from the dating world. He recently faced off against his ex-girlfriend Amanda—who stayed with the DA—in court. He hadn't dated anyone since.
Chunk Palmer: A football star turned fashion maven.

Chunk Palmer: A football star turned fashion maven.

Chunk Palmer was a Southern star when he was on the gridiron for the University of Georgia, where he played defensive back and special teams.

Since joining the Trial Analysis Corp, he's made plenty of great plays—in fashion instead of football—to make Bull's clients more jury-friendly.