June 14, 2018

Showing Exhibits to the Jury

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly
Daniel I. Small

Partner Dan Small co-wrote an article about how to best utilize exhibits in court to support your argument and educate the jury. Exhibits—including various documents, photographs and other tangible objects that must be "admitted" as evidence before it can be shown in court and used by any party for any legitimate purpose by permission of the judge—can obviously have great persuasive power. The authors advise presenting them before the jurors as clearly and directly as you can, rather than assuming they will be able to "simply figure things out" on their own.

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