Originally published in the November 15, 2012 issue of LitigationWorld: The district attorney drops the theft charges. However, the "victims" file a civil lawsuit to recover damages for the "stolen" items. The case goes to trial. Luckily for you, the defendant was represented by Gadsden, Alabama lawyer Clark Stewart. In this issue of LitigationWorld, Clark explains how he used iPad trial presentation app TrialPad 3.0 at the trial, and how well features such as call-outs and the laser pointer performed. You'll also learn how he projected his iPad's screen to the judge and jury. For the verdict on TrialPad (not to mention the case), read Clark's page-turner of a review. Also, don't miss the LitigationWorld Pick of the Week for an overview of litigant web sites along with tips if your client insists on creating one.
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