The judge in a Connecticut criminal case is allowing an animated video re-creating a car crash to be used in trial, despite defense arguments describing it as a "Disney World-created fantasy tape
Originally Published: Connecticut Law Tribune
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The past 12 months have seen unprecedented shifts in the law as it pertains to e-communications. What makes this evolution particularly dramatic is the scope, the fact that the shift has affected mul
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