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Constantine v. Prince: Case File, Trial Materials, Third Edition

  • William S. Bailey
Series / NITA
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Bike messenger George Constantine died after being struck by motorist Richard Prince—this is not in doubt. The question is, was Prince driving distracted when his car hit Constantine? Or did Constantine ride into the path of a car too close to stop? This robust case, based on a real-life incident, provides a multitude of evidence types, including computer animations, social media, text messaging, and business documents, as well as expert witnesses for both accident reconstruction and damages. Participants will have access to color exhibits and animations via our download center.

New to the Third Edition:

  • Innovative juror engagement visual strategies
  • Analysis of internet related changes in juror brain function and attention span
  • Text messaging/distracted driving images
  • Social media and Google Maps visuals
  • Computer screen evidence simulations
  • Visualizations streamlining expert testimony

Professors and students will benefit from:

  • The modern approach, geared to advocacy in the internet era
  • Highly sophisticated computer graphics
  • Unparalleled visual advocacy opportunities
  • Exciting motion practice and evidentiary foundation challenges
  • A realistic scenario based on an actual wrongful death trial
  • The balanced fact pattern, with each side having an equal opportunity to win
  • The flexibility to try the case as liability only or liability and damages
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