Digital technology is opening the door to the instant creation of exhibits and evidence, and offers a new means for preserving physical proof from the ravages of time. This is a look at the emerging virtualization of evidence and the future of litigation and post-conviction practice.

The Gutenberg innovation was a revolution in the mass production and distribution of information. But it would be centuries before the effect of that change entered the workplace through typewriters and word processors. Now, everyone with access to a keyboard and a printer can fully realize Gutenberg’s achievement. On the horizon, another change is coming by way of a decades-old business technology now available in the form of affordable desktop equipment, the 3-D printer.

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