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Demonstrative Evidence

Content Partner:  National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL)
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This 50 minute presentation is a must-see for every trial lawyer.  Attorney Stephen Lindsay will walk you through the basics of communication with jurors and how to present yourself as an exhibit.  You will learn how to use basic items like charts and enlarged photographs to help the jury see events clearly.  Mr. Lindsay will also show you how to use novel question tactics to help witnesses describe situations, circumstances and events in greater detail in order to stimulate the jurors’ imaginations.  Are you having trouble litigating eyewitness identification?  Mr. Lindsay will explain how using a Mr. Potato Head doll and paint chips can help debunk bad identifications.  Watch this presentation and you will understand how to turn all aspects of your trial tactics, not just exhibits, into demonstrative evidence

About the Speaker
Stephen Lindsay is a solo practitioner in Asheville, NC, and focuses primarily on criminal defense in both state and federal courts. He is a graduate of Guilford College (B.S, with Honors 1982) with a degree in the Administration of Justice and the University of North Carolina School of Law (J.D. with Honors 1985). A faculty member for the National Criminal Defense College, he dedicates between four and six weeks per year teaching and lecturing fro various public defender organizations and criminal defense bar associations both within and outside of the United States. His publications include “Cross Examination in Capital Cases: May I have some….uh…sprinkles. Yes, some sprinkles”, the Champion (April 2001); “Storytelling: Why We Do It and How to Do It better”, the Champion (December 1999); “Do You Hear Why I Hear? Demonstrative Evidence Makes a Difference”, the Champion (June 1998); “Prosecutorial Abuse of Peremptory Challenges in Death Penalty Cases”, Campbell University Law Review, Fall 1985 (cited by United States Supreme Court in Gray v. Mississippi, 481 U.U.648, n. 19(1987); Trial and appellate counsel in United States v. Ross & Silvers, 844 F.2d 187(4th Cir.1988) used as key case for “What Constitutes ‘Counterfeit’ Obligation or Security of United States Within Statutory Provisions Setting Forth Criminal Penalty for Uttering or Dealing in Counterfeit Obligations of Securities”, 99 A.L.R.Fed.243 (1990).

Practice Areas: Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence, Trial Skills
Online Media Type: Video, Audio
Production Date: 05/17/2012
Level: Intermediate
Category: Standard
Duration: 0 Hours, 51 Minutes
Online Format: On Demand

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Status: Reciprocal Credit Available
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Training Type: Online

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Stephen Lindsay - Attorney at Law, Fairview, NC
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