Here's a link to an article on high-profile trial technology and graphics, recently published on ASTC:
This article covers three high-profile trials, one Civil case for the Plaintiff (Shropshire v. City of Walnut Creek), and two Criminal Defense cases (People v. Robert Blake and People v. Dr. Hootan Roozrokh). Here, we discuss several techniques and methods of getting exhibits into evidence, creating graphics on-the-fly, and visual communication.
Apparently, this (at least last time I heard) was the most popular article published on the ASTC website (www.astcweb.org). Please let me know if you'd like a PDF version of this article.
A comment from one reader:
I recently read an article that you had written, Jurors and Technology in Trial: What Were Once Vices Are Now Habits. It is an excellent piece and with my 10 years of trial experience I can truly say it was one of the best articles that I have read. Your insight is great and I always look forward to reading your work.
Litigation Technology Manager
McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC
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