Computer generated evidence as a witness beyond cross-examination

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Kelly, Michael J.
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1995
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The admission of computer simulations as evidence in civil trials has created the dilemma of how to cross-examine such testimony. Juries tend to believe what they see on television and videos, making it almost impossible for opposing counsel to rebut evidence presented in such formats. Stricter standards for the admission of computer evidence could help, but no other techniques other than producing one's own simulation are currently available.
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Michael J. Kelly, Computer Generated Evidence as a Witness Beyond Cross-Examination, 17 J. Prod. & Toxics Liab. 95 (1995).
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