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‘Did You Hear What I Said?’ Why Demonstrative Evidence Can Affect the Answer

When lawyers use words and phrases that are not accompanied by imagery, they cede the power of their efforts to the individual jurors who may hear the words in different ways. Adding a visual component increases the ability to convey true meaning. Stephen P. Lindsay offers creative ideas that allow defense lawyers to show a juror what they mean, and his ideas will not break the bank.