Using Visuals at Trial with Trial and Appellate Section Seminar Out of Stock
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Trial by Visuals Use and Admissibility of Demonstrative Evidence
Justin S. Kahn; Kahn Law Firm, Charleston SC
About the Seminar
Join Justin Kahn for a special free two-hour program entitled “Trial by Visuals: Use and Admissibility of Demonstrative Evidence.” This special CLE program is available only to current members of the SC Bar Trial and Appellate Advocacy Section and you may attend live and in-person at the SC Bar Conference Center or by live individual webcast. Justin Kahn will discuss the creation and use of visual tools for effective trial advocacy, ranging from the basic such as flip charts and photos, to the more advanced such as computer-generated re-enactments. He will explain why some visuals are admitted into evidence, while others may only be used for demonstrative purposes. And, he will share the benefit of using visuals, not just to communicate with and persuade the jury but also to prepare yourself and your case for trial. Included will be a discussion of useful apps and technology, and preservation of issues related to the use of visuals, particularly those not admitted into evidence, for appeal.
Whether you are a plaintiff or defense attorney, this program will provide you with the courtroom technology tools and strategies you need to win your next case.
Attendees will learn:
· why using visual tools can be a useful tool for trial persuasion;
· basic tools for creating and using visuals in the courtroom;
· computer technology for creating and using visuals;
· considerations in creating and using visuals;
· the Rules of Evidence governing the use and admission of visuals, both demonstrative and real evidence; and
preserving issues related to visual evidence.
This seminar qualifies for 1.91 MCLE credit hours, including up to 1.91 Trial Advocacy credit hours.
This seminar is a basic to intermediate level program.
Note: When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, if you completed this in 2022,please use this course code: 229194ADO.
Note: When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, if you completed this in 2023,please use this course code: 234671ADO.