Recommended Reading/Website Browsing
Sanction Manual by Verdict Systems (found in Help section of software)
PowerPoint in the Courtroom CD
This disk contains a 90 page PDF that walks you through what you (as a prosecutor) needs to know with PowerPoint 2010. The guide has examples and instructional videos built directly into it. The guide was created by Investigator Todd Smith. Todd runs Texas’ Digital Evidence School. The guide can be purchased from the Texas District and County Attorneys foundation.
PowerPoint Storyboarding in the Courtroom by Paul Unger
Good article on the use of PowerPoint in court.
PowerPoint Zen by Garr Reynolds
This great book, Kindle or hard-copy versions available.
Beyond Bullet Points by Cliff Atkinson
There are several books and articles available from his website.
Trials, Strategies, Skills, and the New Powers of Persuasion, 2nd Edition, by Thomas A. Mauet--Wolters and Kluwers, Aspen Publishers, 2009
TrialPad for IPAD ibook-Free
Transcript Pad for IPAD ibook-Free
Federal Judicial Center
This is a great resource with a ton of data and other resources regarding the use of courtroom technology in the federal court system. You can also find the “Effective Use of Courtroom Technology: A Judge’s Guide to Pretrial and Trial” document on the site.
Litigation Technology Becoming a High-Tech Trial Lawyer by Mike Rogers
Originally published in 2006 by Aspen Publishers this book has been updated by the New York Prosecutor’s Training Institute. It is available to members as a digital download on their site. Membership to their site is free for prosecutors. https://pe.nypti.org/wiki/Litigation_Technology_Becoming_a_High-Tech_Trial_Lawyer
The venue through which the States speak with a collective voice and provide thought leadership on issues related to justice information sharing and services.
Lorriane v. Markel (link below)
241 F.R.D. 534 United States District Court, D. Maryland, Civil Action No. PWG-06-1893 (2007)
This is a very interesting case that provided a thorough analysis of the foundation rules for the proper admission of Electronically Stored Information. I organized this 100 + page document using Adobe bookmarks to make it easier to follow. You may download a copy of the hyperlinked document from the link below. You may also download a white paper about the case from Lexis Nexis if you wish.