Courtroom Tech, Part 1
Using Technology in Trial: Trial Skills, Exhibits
Exercising restraint, orienting jury to an exhibit, starting with untreated exhibit, transitioning to treated exhibit
Domestic Violence Cases, Introducing Exhibits
Special circumstances and pace of domestic violence cases require an efficient approach to introducing exhibits: Trial Skills, Exhibits
Corroborating the victim's story with exhibits. Professo..
Flip Charts on Cross Examination
Flip charts on cross examination can record concessions of strong opposing witnesses or contest opposing flip chart material: Trial Skills, Exhibits
A flip chart can summarize testimony and record points fro..
Graphics for Opening Statement
The How, Why, and When of Graphics in an Opening Statement: Trial Skills, Opening
The need for graphics under certain kinds of circumstances with the facts of the case; examples of useful kinds of graphics; th..
The Why and How of Graphics with Your Witnesses: Trial Skills, Direct
The points at which graphics can help your witness's explanations and the mechanics of display, focus, and orientation
Flip Charts on Direct Examination
Best uses of flip charts on direct examination to support key points of selected witnesses: Trial Skills, Exhibits
Using an old-fashioned flip chart can be quite valuable and
successful even in a trial ..
Using Video on Direct Examination
Advantages of video for presenting witnesses by video even if they are available to attend the trial: Trial Skills, Direct
A large screen in the courtroom is an effective way to present testimony on direc..
Laying a Foundation for Documents
How to lay a foundation for the three general types of documents:
text documents, numbers documents, and illustrative documents: Trial
Focus on the various ways to authenticate d..
Meeting Objections to the Content of Document Exhibits
What to do when your opponent raises objections like hearsay or undue prejudice that go to the content of the document when you have laid a proper foundation for the document.: Trial Skills,..
the six "dance steps" to use when you use an exhibit at trial; and
mastering the four elements of foundation for any exhibit : Trial
This is an explanation of six steps in using every exhibit at trial: