Why Attorneys Need to Know Computer "Animations" vs. "Simulations" for Evidence

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This blog post details the legal difference between "animations" and "simulations" and why it matters when litigating your case. Additionally, it provides a link to a downloadable legal brief on the matter. Finally, if you are looking to get an animation admitted into evidence, this article provides key questions to ask yourself to make sure it's admissible.

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