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Trial Tech Not Just For Juries
Trial Tech Not Just For Juries

Michael Skrzypek explains how visual presentations and technology can be very effective with judges, focus groups, and mocks.

Impeaching With Technology
Impeaching With Technology

Tips from our Trial Presentation consultants on the how to impeach a witness on cross for maximum effect with the jury.

Engaging the Jury: Lessons From a Museum
Engaging the Jury: Lessons From a Museum

How to engage your jury and succeed at teaching and persuading in the courtroom.

We Have Met the Enemy and He Is Us
We Have Met the Enemy and He Is Us

Blame the messenger for muddled presentations, not the medium.

How to Create a Winning Trial Database
How to Create a Winning Trial Database

Invaluable tips on how to build the most effective trial database and use it in the courtroom.

On The Clock: Optimizing Courtroom Presentations
On The Clock: Optimizing Courtroom Presentations

Learn how to use time limits, particularly in rocket docket districts, to your advantage.

The Perfect Fit: Tailoring Courtroom Technology to Win Cases
The Perfect Fit: Tailoring Courtroom Technology to Win Cases

Trial-tested tips for integrating graphics and trial technology effectively into your courtroom presentation.

In the Dog House
In the Dog House

How to conduct yourself in the courtroom and other powerful skills you need to be successful.

The Benefits of Flash in the Courtroom: <br/>Two Years Later, a Progress Report
The Benefits of Flash in the Courtroom:
Two Years Later, a Progress Report

Real-world observations for those contemplating using Flash in the courtroom.

The Medium Is Not the Message
The Medium Is Not the Message

Using your presentation materials to enhance the effectiveness of teaching and storytelling.

The Unofficial Rules of Evidence
The Unofficial Rules of Evidence

Why it’s important you understand and use the right form of technology in the courtroom.

Is Your Case Worth Displaying?
Is Your Case Worth Displaying?

Thinking about your case–an ill-conceived message does not get better because of high-end technology.

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