ALBANY – While nothing prevents the use of PowerPoint in summations to jurors during New York trials, the state Court of Appeals cautioned Tuesday that the same rules “governing the bounds of proper conduct” apply to the computer-aided presentations as to other statements and displays.

The court upheld the convictions of two defendants in separate rulings Tuesday in which the defense challenged as prejudicial the use of PowerPoint presentations by the prosecution.

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