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Smart Courts (Cont.)

Our system went down a couple of weeks ago,”Lisi recalled. “I tried a relatively short case, but when the lawyer had a photograph to show to each individual juror, it felt like the world was standing still. It felt like an eternity as each one of them looked at it because you can’t do anything while they’re passing that photograph around.”

With flat-panel monitors in the jury box, at the judge’s bench and at the lawyers’ tables everyone can see the evidence at the same time, rather than having to pass around a piece of evidence, which could take 10 or 15 minutes. “With an evidence presentation system, especially in document intensive trials, you put it up and everybody is looking at the document at the same time while the attorney is speaking.” Goldenberg said. “If you have 100 document--you do the math.”

Source: Jim Mckay, “Show & Tell,” Government Technology, January, 2005, p.5

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