Lawyers and judges should start learning more about video production and psychology to better understand how juries perceive information that is presented to them in a trial.

That’s the general message from Connecticut’s Quinnipiac University School of Law professors Neal R. Feigenson and Christina O. Spiesel, who have co-written a book that explores the use of technology in the courtroom and its effect on jurors, judges and attorneys. The book, “Law on Display: The Digital Transformation of Legal Persuasion and Judgment” was released last month and is an outgrowth of a course the duo teaches on visual persuasion and the law.

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