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COURTROOM TECHNOLOGY ON DISPLAY IN CHAUVIN TRIAL

The foundation of the case against the former Minneapolis police officer charged with killing George Floyd is a mountain of video evidence, but presenting that to jurors isn’t as easy as pushing play.

Over and over, prosecutors have shown video from surveillance cameras, bystanders’ cellphones and police body and dash cameras, and have asked witnesses to annotate footage or photographs and narrate the action on screen.

Large screens or projectors are fixtures of modern courtrooms, alongside software similar

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