Computer-Generated Evidence Can Improve Your Trial Game - ADR Systems

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Hon. Marguerite A. Quinn, (Ret.), senior mediator and arbitrator at ADR Systems, recently published an article in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin. Her article, Computer-Generated Evidence Can Improve Your Trial Game, explores how attorneys can strategically utilize computer-generated evidence as demonstrative evidence in jury trials.

“The use of computer-generated evidence (CGE) in the courtroom provides litigators the opportunity to make the trial process more efficient and impactful for the jury,” wrote Judge Quinn. “The use of CGE depends on a lawyer’s careful consideration regarding the facts of the case and the applicable evidentiary requirements. These guidelines [found in relevant caselaw] will help facilitate the successful use of these persuasive visual tools, which are key for both admissibility and effectiveness at trial.”

To read Judge Quinn’s article in full, click here. Chicago Daily Law Bulletin subscribers can read the article online here.


Hon. Marguerite A. Quinn, (Ret) brings 38 years of legal experience to her role as a senior mediator and arbitrator. On the bench she presided over both commercial and personal injury cases, including one of the largest toxic tort cases in Cook County. She values patience when working with parties to resolve disputes and urges everyone involved in her mediations to intentionally listen to each other.

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