When it comes to presenting a successful case in court, evolution is everything. As the traditional whiteboard-and-photo-enlargements approach gives way to multimedia testimony and computer animations, smart attorneys and paralegals are following suit by ramping up their presentations to stay current and connect with increasingly tech-savvy jurors.

The benefits of using cutting-edge technology to support an argument include: entertainment, especially for jurors used to constant media interaction; engagement, by keeping jurors interested in what’s coming next; and education.

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