In complex civil litigation, the use of demonstrative aids—like blow-ups of documentary evidence and photographs—are commonplace. Trial lawyers are now turning to different types of “digital justice” to assist in the litigation of multimillion dollar lawsuits to achieve the best financial result for their clients. While courtroom technology has been used in the past, many lawyers are now pushing the envelope to both educate and impress jurors.

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