Demonstrative Evidence and Courtroom Technology

    By Bryan G Harston

    Demonstrative Evidence and Courtroom Technology

    Demonstrative Evidence and Courtroom Technology

    By Bryan G Harston

    Course / Program Material 2007 TIPS 15th Annual Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee Program - Tucson AZ Technology is playing an increasingly important role in the courtroom. Yet, many lawyers are at a loss when it comes to developing demonstrative exhibits and determining how to make available technologies best work for ...
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    Course / Program Material2007 TIPS 15th Annual Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee Program - Tucson AZTechnology is playing an increasingly important role in the courtroom. Yet, many lawyers are at a loss when it comes to developing demonstrative exhibits and determining how to make available technologies best work for them in the courtroom. Bryan's article addresses the "how technical" question as it relates to the design and creation of demonstrative evidence before trial and the uses of presentation technology in the courtroom. Bryan breaks down important issues such as creative control, technical sophistication, streamlining content, selecting presentation media, and the "too slick" myth as he answers the important question "How technical should I get, and when?"

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    Bryan G Harston

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    5190427

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    2/1/2007 12:00:00 AM

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