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November 18, 2007

Can you overdo courtroom technology?

You sure can. And some good trial lawyers we know are making that mistake right now. Remember the idea is to tell your story, simplify the arcane, and drive main points home to a jury which is doing its best to understand your client's case. Tech should help you and your client with jurors--not frustrate them. Don't hold your client back. Evan Schaeffer explains in "Are You Using Too Much Courtroom Tech?".

Posted by JD Hull at November 18, 2007 12:37 AM


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