To effectively present the most powerful and engaging case for our clients, attorneys should master the most appropriate presentation technologies. Those who learn when and how to use them will have a distinct advantage when it comes to engaging the audience, presenting facts in a timely fashion and maintaining control of the proceedings. Consider the following personal examples of effective (and ineffective) uses of courtroom technologies.

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