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Digital Forensics Trial Graphics by Lars Daniel, John Sammons

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Chapter Five

Presenting for Comprehension

Abstract

As an expert witness your main job in court is to teach the jury about very technical evidence. In the best of circumstance, the jury will only comprehend and remember a small portion of the information you present to them so it’s your job to break down complex information into easily understandable information they can learn and remember. How you present the information will go a long way in helping you do your job effectively.

Keywords

Courtroom testimony; Expert witness; Juries; Presenting for comprehension; Teaching juries

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