Attorneys thinking of using visual aids like PowerPoint to add punch to their summations ought to pay heed to an appeals court decision in a personal injury case on Thursday.

The court in Romano v. Stubbs, A-5355-08, threw out a jury award of nearly $300,000, in part because the plaintiff lawyer’s slide show went beyond the words he spoke.

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