V. DEMONSTRATIVE EVIDENCE
Original use in criminal trials; “Father of demonstrative evidence”; Ernie Smith case and the drawer of shivs; Words vs. pictures - show rather than tell; Use of aerial photographs; Blow-up documents; Models and exhibits; “Day in the life of” films; “Elmer” the skeleton; X-rays; The plaintiff’s physical body; The Chester Bryant case against the cable car company; Using a blackboard to compute awards; The Katherine Jeffers case and the artificial leg; The crushed urethra rod; “The Adequate Award”; The case of Wimbledon champion Maureen Connolly; “A Day in the Life of Brian May”; Experiments outside the courtroom; Ways to use computer animation; Medical chart, anatomical drawings and micro photography; Microbiological forensics; Use of common objects; Videotaped depositions; and more.
 
 
 

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An extraordinary legal legacy of
AMERICAN TRIAL PRACTICE
Digitally remastered on DVDs in 2004
Ten 50-minute documentaries

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V. DEMONSTRATIVE EVIDENCE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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