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Litigation and Practice Support — May 2015

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ILTA WHITE PAPER: MAY 2015 WWW.ILTANET.ORG 38 About the Author Francis George is a Senior Copywriter for LexisNexis. Contact him at francis.george@lexisnexis.com. Eight Tips for Using Technology To Persuade a Jury Getting a jury to pay attention to you is like trying to get the kids unglued from their smartphones during Thanksgiving at your relative's house. To get their focus away from Facebook/Twitter/Angry Birds, you have to be darn compelling. In many federal and state courtrooms, jurors now have a better way of reviewing evidence — or seeing visual material during openings and closings: LCD monitors or projection screens. Electronic image display saves time and allows jurors to all view the same image at the same time. Of course, if the monitors aren't properly placed, the jurors could be

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