Modern Visual Evidence

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Law Journal Press, Dec 28, 2018 - Law - 750 pages
"An essential volume in a winning trial lawyer's library." -- Benjamin Civiletti, former U.S. Attorney General, Venable LLP

Make your courtroom presentations more persuasive! Modern Visual Evidence book and CD shows you how to use--and limit--video, audiovisual and computer-generated evidence in tort, commercial and criminal cases, complex securities actions, antitrust cases, environmental suits, infringement actions and any action involving expert witnesses. It features discussions of: digital photography in the courtroom; the latest developments in the use of trial testimony by contemporaneous transmission between locations; ABA standards for electronic discovery as well as preserving and producing electronic information; admissibility of e-mail, text and social network content and other computer-generated evidence; guidelines and case law on the use of video depositions, surveillance tapes, computer-generated recreations of events, and digitally enhanced images; and many other cutting-edge issues. The appendices, featured on the accompanying CD-ROM, contain numerous interactive illustrations and textual information to help you prepare state-of-the-art exhibits.

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Contents

5
1-13
CHAPTER 2
1-18
CHAPTER 1
2-1
CHAPTER 4
2-4
CHAPTER 14
3-14
Appendix
3-34
Real and Demonstrative Videotape Evidence
3-43
CHAPTER 6
4-16
828
8-27
CHAPTER 9
9-2
02A Models 926
9-25
CHAPTER 10
10-1
CHAPTER 11
11-1
CHAPTER 12
11-27
CHAPTER 13
13-1
1319
13-19

1 SceneBased Demonstrations
4-34
CHAPTER 8
4-45
Graphics Experts
4-52
1 Videotape vs Film
5-1
Federal Video Deposition Guidelines
5-11
03
5-44
Disclosure 716 5
6-7
2 Preparation of Trial Witnesses 611
11
4 The Videotaped Settlement Brochure 621
6-21
Expert Interpretation 634
6-32
5 InCourt Taping for Demonstrative
6-38
10 Taxing the Costs of Videotape
6-50
Governing
7-1
d Pretrial Discovery
7-2
Introduction
7-31
3 Computer Generated Visual Evidence 118
8-1
04
8-20
b Amendment Extends Beyond
13-44
CHAPTER 15
15-1
d Animations 118 1
16-1
7 Parties Right to Make Tapes During
16-7
g Use by Jury 326 1
10-3
A73
73
A83
83
A115
115
A127
127
A139
139
A147
147
A187
187
A195
195
TC1
1
Index
1-1
Copyright

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About the author (2018)

Gregory P. Joseph heads his own litigation firm in New York City. He is President-Elect of the American College of Trial Lawyers and a former Chair of the 60,000-member Section of Litigation of the American Bar Association. He served on the Advisory Committee on the Federal Rule of Evidence from 1993-1999. In world surveys in 2008 and 2009 by London-based Who's Who Legal, Mr. Joseph was rated one of the 10 most highly regarded commercial litigators in the world. Mr. Joseph is the winner of the Second Annual Achievement Award of the Demonstrative Evidence Specialists Association. In addition, he has written and edited several books on evidence, trial practice and sanctions.

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