When introducing technology into the courtroom, the trial lawyer needs to be master of that domain. This is not the time to experiment. Trial lawyers not comfortable with technology should seriously consider utilizing litigation-technology support services, who -- for a price -- can provide everything needed to make the presentation look and feel professional, freeing the lawyer up to concentrate on the case.
For those who doubt, Robyn Weisman's recent article in ALM’s Law Technology Review, Wrong Way: Preventing (and Recovering From) Courtroom Snafus, (free subscription) outlines what could happen when technology and people crash during trials, and how to recover from (and prevent) those disasters.
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