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Ann E. Brenden & John D. Goodhue, published 2005, 288 pages with CD-ROM

This book explains the advantages of computer presentation resources, how to use them, what they can do, and the legal issues involved in their use. You’ll learn how to use computer presentations in the courtroom, during opening statements, direct examination, cross-examination, closing arguments, appellate arguments, and more. Brenden and Goodhue also offer advice on using computer presentations outside the courtroom, during meetings, pretrial proceedings, and seminars.

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