This article revisits the issue of admissibility of computer-generated animations purporting to reconstruct a series of events or an accident. The discussion is stimulated, in part, by the speed with which a younger generation of trial lawyers is itching to use the latest technology in evidence presentation techniques and, thereby, effectively communicate with a new generation of jurors accustomed to the instantaneous delivery of information that resonates. Already, some courtrooms are being upgraded to handle multi-screen presentations. An article on “Technology in the Courtroom” by Kentucky trial lawyer Michael Patrick briefly summarizes some of the dynamics of change.
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