U.S. District Court Judge Polster Presides at Demonstration of C|M|LAW’s State of the Art Trial Courtroom

Professor Kevin O’Neill’s Evidence students test drove C|M|LAW’s brand new state of the art trial courtroom at its Grand Opening on April 21st.  U.S. District Court Judge Dan Polster presided as the law students performed direct examination exercises in the new court room.  Professor O’Neill put his acting skills to the test by serving as a variety of witnesses.  Professor O’Neill designed direct examination exercises for use in his Evidence classroom, with the purpose of helping students to learn how to introduce and lay the requisite foundation for such tangible exhibits as a gun, a contract, and a bag of cocaine.  For the trial courtroom debut he modified these exercises to show off the technological capabilities of the new courtroom.  Judges, alumni, and visiting attorneys praised his students for the skill they showed in performing their direct examinations.  For more information about the opening of the trial courtroom, see https://www.law.csuohio.edu/newsevents/news/cmlaw-debuts-state-art-trial-courtroom

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