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Keith Dutill Quoted in International Legal Technology Association's Litigation and Practice Support White Paper

June 01, 2015
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Stradley Ronon Partner Keith Dutill was quoted in the International Legal Technology Association's Litigation and Practice Support White Paper regarding the use of technology in the courtroom. In "Eight Tips for Using Technology to Persuade a Jury," Dutill offered tips to litigators about how they can use technology in their favor instead of losing the attention of the jurors to it in the courtroom.

"The best visuals in opening and closing statements are often images or single words to short phrases. Putting endless bullet points on slides, then reading those slides to the jury is worse than using no visuals at all."

Dutill also discusses ways to incorporate visuals into a testimony: "The jury wants to see the document while the witness is testifying about it. Real-time callouts and document highlights enable the lawyer to control the presentation, focus the jury's attention and keep things moving."

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