Testing the waters with a mock jury and the use of enhanced trial technology were two themes that underlay some of the largest jury verdicts of 2005. Yet, while technology played a major role in refreshing or impeaching testimony, not to mention swaying juries, at least one firm demonstrated why toy cars and plain old physics can still win cases, too.


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