Here's an article from Law Technology News, which often puts its content behind a subscription-only firewall: "Do's and Don'ts of High-Tech Trial Presentations," by Andy Seldon.
It's a basic, though useful, article of the sort that can be reread each time you're gearing up for a new trial. It's divided into ten sections--
- Failing to learn and exploit technology;
- Objectionable evidence;
- Going solo;
- Unprepared witnesses;
- Muddy waters;
- Overusing technology;
- No backup plan;
- Failing to make the necessary arrangements with court staff and checking the local rules; and
- Not matching the technology to the case.
The article's author is the director of information services for the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota.